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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 31, 1942
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Control 10 Ways To Aid The AxisIn Uncle Sam Buying 'Concentration Camps' Public Asked ,



Ibis County order to make thing simpler for the "tit reel corner Large Acreage Planned For ProstitutesCity I To Cooperate :-
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experts", here are ln suggestions, which" if followed carefully,

will make thing.. Infinitely confer for the Axis: and County law enforce more damage to our war effort

IrotestedItiy Around Kingsley ment officials are heartily In i'than those eight aliens we captured In Drive ;
First If Scrap
you see an Army convoy or troop train pawing favor of the proposed plan for i planned to do.

through the city, give jour neighbor all the interesting detailson ... converting abandoned CCC camps i "Something must be done to

t I Starke Is back In therent MUch points at the type of equipment, the Apparent number of .declaration (If taking approxlmat In Florida Into quarters for segregation control venereal diseases, and lly I. T. Dyer, ClMlrman,

control area, al- troop, where the outfit came! from and where it's going. Tell l 'a8>240 acres of land. sur of diseased prostitutes. 'done now. We are not here to Salvage (tVmunltte "e

Ino mechanism has yet everyone you run across about It. rounding tVe property already This proposal was advanced ata accuse local officials o f mishandling As the nation-wide drive Is getting I

t up for the listing oft owned by the State Armory conference In Jacksonville last i the situation but to discuss under way, Bradford county
red tape. Second-Condemn England: ; Russia and China aw often as Cantfe Bin ml and formulate a plan for the
other Board at Ing, was week, at which R O. Danner, must do its part In the collectionof
Ut Associated Press dls- yon can. \\lirne\er you read about a defeat explain: It ait the filed by the Go# -mment several special agent In charge of the control of these cases throughout scrap metal. The, quota for

Lted that "GovernmentCl result of stupidity on the part of our allie Tell people It wouldbe days ago In Federal Court at Miami office of the Federal Florida. In every county and city. this county, as set by the State

will be ordered Into better for Hitler to whip Russia than \'ICe.t'1'II&o! Jacksonville.This Bureau of InvestIgatIon, told I "Hitler is pleased that the Committee, for the period July 1 ,;

Lgnst 1 In about 20 ad- new addition to the Hlan Florida law enforcement officers proud United States the greatest to December 31 Is 653,773 pounds. '

[ defense'I'en tal areas. ItLtood Third-It will certainly help good feeling< throughout the ding reservation will extend approximately that they must "crack down" on producer In the world, has a The quotas are based on 75 t

that !several large South, where British flying radeH are In training. )'ou'll puts aeven miles north of prostitution In order to reduce problem within Its borders whichIs pounds per person. p

Lid be on the lINt po- along adverse remarks about these young men. Add any vicious Kingsley Lake, 2 1-2 miles south, the Increasing number of vene- Incapacitating hundreds. and Bradford Is low on the list of

Icludlng the Gainesville- statements about the Ilrit1f.li that occur! to )'ou. three miles east and three miles real cases In military camps. thousands of young men knock. counties having turned In scrap
In Florida." line ing them out as surely as would metal during the past six month,
rea west to the county Property "It la the mont practical solution -
InUtiativ* of::ces have Fourth, and this N. a hot one-I'ooh.! pooh Civilian Defense owners In this area (C. B. Johns, has been offered to a bullet through their brains. and the amount accredited to the

1 up In Gainesville and the Tell the world It's, a waste of time. If you run across p. friend L.. A. Donnelly, A. E. Wall, Mrs. that "yet Col. Gilbert Oslncnp, chairman county for this next period may
L.. Duke who'i the problem one local official of the division of health and be smut because much, of the
krator, William cooperating In Civilian Defense work, kid the poor sucker W. D Fender etc) have been
W distance conversatione along with a nifty remark, such as, 11.\\InK a big time playing ordered to vacate by August 31. stated "Neither the county nor housing of the FllH'lcI.Stale Defense ,- scrap IB sold to parties outside of

Telegraph this week war, Boy Scout?" Practically the only propertyIn the city bas adequate facilities Council, in his 1 address, the County. Upon Inquiry In the

lat the blanks, to be used the Kingsley area still untouched for taking care of these women. aid: farming sections of the county, I

property owners In regisoms Fifth-Be nure to stir up race p"'Juclll'enll magnify rumors Is a fringe of lake front After our jails are filled to capa- "The prevalent Incidence of find that many farmers have sold

apartments, houses of race friction.! about 1 1-2 miles long on the city, there Is nothing left to do venereal diseases Indicates that all their scrap in Lake Butler,

11 be placed at various went side, where people from but run them out of town., They out of a 10-mllllon man army and Gainesville, or to junk dealers

i Starke In the near fur Sixth-CUSH e\erbody-th will help a loll! Don't ever appear Staike, ;Lawtey and Gainesville simply go to some other town 40-milllon man army of workers, from Jacksonville. While .neigh

property owner will Impressed by any progress that's made by anj'body. Keep have summer homes. Many believe taking their disease with them, of two and a half million men will boring''' small town have two or

[the blank and then mail emphasizing the mistaken that are made In a Democracy and that thin. will eventually be course, so the net good accom- be knocked out by diseases Thin more junk dealers, there was not
plished la practically nil. Whatwe may mean the difference between one In this county until recently,
t office In Gainesville ,Mr point out that dictatorship! are efficient.! Get a wallop out of taken, while other think It will
need l la winning and lowing the anti!
some place to war. now only one.
Jited. errors made by local officials. of the war effort who don't know be left alone because of the expense segre-
the full Ceo operation Ihmaanded"Every The latent state for this
111 be necessary for all their Involved. gate women-get them out plan
around.SeventhAnd.
way of circulation agency must Is for the WI'A trucks
In Bradfordto --until they can receive cooperateIn county to
aroperty Two years agt). the State Arm- this fight, the visit the farms
the venereal disease treat- Army, Navy, having scrap
[ be listed with the ad- tills Is. an rule to follow-Dig statistics -
easy Board condemned
up mo ry approximately "
ment. city, county and State law enforcement metal, pick It up and bring It to
Itor by September 15, Mr. from jearbeforpluMt'orld Almanac to prove that rut Ion- 1,000 aC,e on the eastside offices, health depart a. central place.
In
tated. Under provisions Ing, and price control, and the sugar and rubber shortages' area of the lake" This action was addressing the Jacksonville ments and others. The farmers are to get thin

(I law, rents charged here lot of bunk. Suggest/ that all such emergency plans. are designed taken before."t.; h e government conference ed that unless the FBI the official situation stat in "Thirty per cent of the men In material ready and notify me of
exceed the amount that
to aid sinister "interests" which have control of the started Its huge preparedness program Florida showed the armed services make contacts the amount they have, and the
effect on January 1941. government. and when. Blanding was ment marked Improve- with prostitutes after drinkIng truck will bo routed to pick It up
Immediately It would be-
S> local Interests have ex- planned merely as a National I, or when led by companions. with tho leant amount of travel.

opposition to the rent Eighth: -Be blue. Art an though; the war will ruin UK. Tryto Guard Bummer training camp. come authorities necessary for the Federal I Fifteen per cent go to town lookIng The farmer. will be given a receipt

| and a letter written last Infect everyone with a sense, of futility and defeatism. This tract and thousands of acres In effort to Invoke the May Act for prostitutes. Fifty-five for the scrap, and, when It
an to curb prostitution.Tills .
om the Starke RotaryPrice more were subsequently leased by he per cent are clean and toy that I In sold will be paid at the rate of
( Administrator Leona Ninth-Every time you hear rumor of a shortage Or Impending the Government, but the current law explained empowers way 23 cents per 100 Ib.... by government i

stated, in part: "Wet rationing, run to the nearest store and stock up. Buy transactions will be the first ac- the government to send FBI "Segregation, control and frequent check.
Into
It Is unwise unneceai enough to last you two or three ).t'...... And If anyone ask you tual purchase! of land by the agents arrest and any community to examination of prostitutes In my visits to the farms, I find

i detrimental to the war about It, tell the poor sap that everyone who doesn't look out Government In the Blanding area. any one prosecute who has prostitutesand aided and are not effective measures. A large amounts of scrap metal

i place this county under for himself Is stupid. The Government prefers that abetted their practices, or who major problem has been what to around the places, and, upon Inquiry
j administrator. I twill the landowners sell voluntarily, do with women arrested. City find that In most cases
has been negligent In the duty of
tally make a lot of peo- Tenth-Try to convince your friends that It makes no difference but If an agreement cannot be prosecuting them. and county jails cannot hold them. the only excuse the farmer ,can .
llie rural areas liable for reached the will be "Many State agencies give for not having sold It la that 4
whether we win or lone this war. Tell them the world Is property The FBI official stated that it can helpIn
Ion and will also tend toie going straight to hell, regardless. condemned and the price set by Is likely that four abandoned CCC this fight such a.. the hotel he was busy and neglected 1&. I

efforts to secure every the Federal Cour(. commission, beverage commission Now, our people are as patrioticas
camps In Florida will be avail
> room for the use of de- (Adapted from an editorial In the Montgomery: Ala. Advertiser) able and the State Board of Health any In our nation and they are I
next month for
as quarters
rkers, Prostitution and venereal diseases anxious to help win this war, '
his rent control Is placed Rural Schools diseased prostitutes. He stated : are going to be wiped out In They only need some assistance -*,.- l
that the plan Is. to turn the
Vires. Starke's USO Drive Useful camps I
many'people"who 'Hobby Shop' over to' the War Department so Florida come what may, and regardless In moving this scrap from their

I putting themselves! to a Hasn't Started Yet Planned By YWCAIn that the United States Health of 'what heads must faims. This they will get through
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mvenience to'rent one To fall. thin committee with the 'WPA
Open Monday Service can operate them as
1 rooms at a fair rental What happened to the USO addition to the many other treatment depots for Infected Judge H I* (Tom) Scbrlng of help.The
discontinue the State Supreme Court Salvage Committee l is.
these pointed appealing -
renting
> ? For thana features the USO It
drive In Starke more attractive at women. was pointed out that
I and thereby create a All schools in Bradford County out that "there H no law on our to everyone In the countynot
month drive for funds for 170 out of 1,000 men In
a clubs the newest is the "Hobby every
I Monday books making to this. off
shortage and worse conan the various USO organizationssix -except BUS--will open military service In Florida had prostitution a put Job any longer
now exists Work Shop" which, while at the August 3, according to an- crime" but get together every piece of
( in all) has been on in all contracted a venereal disease
Icost of running this> ad- parts of the United States Noth- YWCA (Club No. 4)), Is Jointly nouncement from the County Superlntendent' the largest percentage In the na "Our laws, however cover cer- scrap metal and rubber notify
Ition office would better office tain things relative to prostitution this. committee or sell It to a
ing to this time has been sponsored by all the clubs. This tion.
spent for war munlN up This Includes Hampton Junior ," he explained "One of the junk| dealer without delay. I
done in Starke.A will be a "double-feature" affair Opening the conference which
for oldest laws the books. HoiiNOwlvnt Save Umiw
an obnoxious police High School M. W Morrow, prin- on making
P harass! people who are year ago, when only one unit vine It will consist of training cipal; Lawtey Junior High L. M. was attended by more than 100 rogues, vagabonds or lewd persons While the scrap. metal and rub-

fi e best they can to help of the USO was represented here classes, and also furnishes a work- Sponholtz principal; Vanderbilt men including the mayor chiefof subject to prosecution as ber drives, are getting under way,

I war Rents In Starke In (YMCA), a team under the lead- shop where army wives and female Elementary, Mrs. Bynum Perkins, police, sheriff, judge, justices vagrants, may be Invoked but the housewives are being urged to
Joe Wilson in a few workers in Starke of peace, police officeis. State all kitchen Is
lances, are lower thanre ership of defense principal; Graham Elementary, this I IH only a mllld meanor. save groan that
| in January, 1941." days raised $1,480 on a quota of may spend their leisure time with Mrs. Ruth Frazier, teacherprincipal highway patrolmen and others J. II. Hunter, State's attorney ''ordinarily thrown a way This

$1,440. This year with four pleasure and profit. ; 'N e w River Elementary, Danner said: at Tavares, told the officials to grease Is used to make explosivesand

clubs functioning here (YMCA, Mrs L. H. Jennings will be the Mrs. Jessie Lee Lazenby, princi- "This 1s a special conference use every means at their com- is urgently needed by the \

ooks Issued YWCA NCCS and JWB), and a Instructor In clay modelling while pal; Hellbronn Elementary G. E. called at the request of the mand to combat prostitution and government. ."

quota of $2,600, no drive has been Miss Gay, who Is engaged In oc- McGauley, principal; Rising Ele- President to launch war upon the to start at once. "We have a big The grease should be strained ,

launched nor one cent raised. As cupational therapy at the station mentary, Arthur McRae, principal 'army of saboteurs'-the prostitutes job to do," he said o let's all Into a tin bucket or can having a

13,883 yet no one has been found who hospital at Camp Blandlng will ,Brooker Junior High Mrs. who right noW' are doing start now cleaning up." good cover. As soon as a quartor

will accept the responsibility of give Instruction In leather and Palsy Fisher, principal. more has been saved the
heading up the drive for funds. :Miss Charlie Mae housewife should carry it to any
wood carving.
la Revival Starts
Realizing that there "manya SundayAn Return
I Baptista meat market where she will receive -
Rationing Joe Wilson stated yesterday of USO Club No.
Hoard 43-1: U- Carter, director slip between cup and Up" no
Itoial of that the entire quota of $2,600 The first From payment for It.
3,883 gas ration 4 announced yesterday. official, either from the office of old-fashioned Missionary AssemblyThe No tor
the
from July 9 through was not more than one-fourth of,i class will be held Thursday, Au- the County Superintendent or Baptist revival will be held In a quota county has

\ aCcording to Dempsey the budget required for the operation gust 6, at 8:30 P. M., and con- from the construction! end would Crews' Florida Baptist Assembly, been set on grease but It Is hoped
tent at Wesley place on that
considerable
I'
lerk No. second attend- a quantity may
of the Board. of USO Club l tinue on Thursdays for several with the largest .
Of build
state when the new BHS
ber. 2,304 were "A"bich (YMCA) alone and three othersare weeks. ing will be completed. However the Lawtey-Hellbronn Springs I ance In Its 20 years of history, be collected that otherwise would l

1 here. Not only Is road beginning at 8:30: P. M. Sunday closed Wednesday morning, and be waited
are the basic books operating The classes are open to soldiers it Is generally conceded that, bar I
nger Wrsj 411 were "B" all the money raised used right and their wives as well as ring un/orseen delays everything August 2. The Rev. Cecil the following attendants at the I
_ d U2 here In Starke, but many times i Assembly from the Starke Baptist ; New Voters
were "C", both of Starke's women defense workers should be In readiness to open i Williams will do the preaching
|are that amount. If cities and towns Church returned to resume
supplemental books. school at Starke early In September. Can Now
while O. J. Raulerson will con- Register
T* "D" books, which throughout the United States, places. of activity In the local

"""vclej. Ration books are where there Is not a single USO Old Records Wanted duct the song service. EveryoneIs church: Sara Barefoot, Margie County Supervisor of Registration

ed :os and "R" 100- club In many miles, are asked to For Service MenSave cordially Invited to these ser Patel Seleta Sparks, Josle Skipper James F. Holllngsworthwishes
I USO Architects ChangeOn Caudle Hazen. Ruby Slices, I
Which the ,
I are for non-hlgh- subscribe money to i vices. to remind all prospectivevoters
fe wen as boats and sta- should not the people of Starke, your worn-out phono- Projects HereA Lois Newsome, Clarke" Thomas, that the county registration i

engines.' A total of 499 who have the advantage of four graph records for Uncle Sam's USO Improvements June Harding Nancy Llghtfoot, books will be open on Mon

k were i Issued and 46 clubs and keep all their donations fighting men! Although getting a few short months ago the Mrs. Llghtfoot Rev. Raymond days Wednesdays and Fridays
th o' home be glad to the American Legion archit.ets -Sanford W. The FederalWork' Agency has Gomes, and the pastor who
which a.-e for taxl- at late start, Gainesville ; from 9 A. M. to 12 o'clock and
II trucks. According to tribute to this cause? con-I Tuesday night voted to partici- Colas and Forrest.M., Kelley, Jr., i announced that P. T, Piety, Con taught a large class In "Outlinesof from 2 to 6 P. M. from August
/a no In the collectionof the struction Engineer will open Bible History," the Rev. A. E.
one may receive a pate 100 percent were employed by County 3 through October 30. _
k i who w not engaged In Sheriff Arrests I "scrap" talking machine rec- Board of Public Instruction to bids. today (Friday) for Llghtfoot. "This registration" he repeat

rG try necessary to the ords for the armed forces. Flor draw up plans for the '"greater :. ing the auditorium floor reosand-I' The number of registrations an- ed.! "cover. only the General

Six Bootleggers ida's quota is 490,630 records, of a BHS", with the prospect of receiving Club No. 1-the nounced were 899, and the aver- election November 3, and does

report does not include : total of 37,500,000 to be secured financial Aid from the making minor additions to com age attendance was over 800 each not qualify a person to vote lathe :

$ Which ta at Brooker, Five men arrested by Sheriff throughout the United States Government. Mr. Kelley being a i plete the usefulness. of the Club. day. Nearly all of those attend- primary. Those registeringIn ,

two or three service A. O. Andreu last week on Starke and Bradford County reserve officer In the Army was i ing from Starke received the the primary are qualified to ,
.ta-
itch are just charges of selling Intoxicating should do their part. called Into active service a short i. white ribbon of "dependable vote In the general election, b1.ltnot I

ne serviced!cro"Hulk the liquor have been released under Have old records ready time afterwards, leaving Mr., What To Do achievement," the highest award' vice versa" If I n doutf I

I buttatalre( there by bond and a sixth has pled guilty i' Wednesday your afternoon when the Coins to work alone on the project With Your ScrapArrangement offered by the Assembly! each about your registration, see Mr. !

I! statlona In 'the County are and paid a fine. boys call for them! Wednesday, year. Several of these will speak Holllngn worth. ,

of three 1 n Brooker: Evidence on which the arrests August 5. beginning about 5 P. ,Financial assistance was received base finally at the evening service on Sunday \

363 era Issued coupons total- were made was gathered by State M., three automobiles will cover the contract was let, the been completed for the disposalof night, telling of experiences' jJoreJad Luck :
gallon. Beverage Department "undercover' all records and almost scrap Iron In Bradford the Assembly.
Likewise Starke and gather up work was begun com- of
h0 oWn fleets of trucks: agents, who allegedly made available. A. J. Thomas, V. S. pleted, when Mr. Coins accepteda County. The pastor will speak at both John W. Wlllard. son Urs ,
l have six w. the morning C. C. Norton, of Starke recently (
T.
their own tanks purchases of whiskey at the St. John and John W. Wlllard position with the "Seabees" County Agent L. Dyer services on Sunday ,
ued and the lout the thumb and fore-finger
kcal salvage eleven o'clock
of the hour at
chairman
coupons '""'clent to places. have volunteered their cars and i engineering work with the U. S,
199,398 and rural residents evening at 8:15. All are heartily from his right hand In a machine t
Ulon8< of Those arrested and released on services and will have some boys Navy. Their office Is now closed committee
ring the gale who have a Invited to these services and to shop while working In the shipyards ,
Herbert of the county I
next four months bond were: Mark Ritch to help them in a house-to-house and Mellen C. Creeley architectof
He was
ed, large amount of scrap should sing to the music of the new In Jacksonville. I
LIndsey baa taken
Maxie Carter Jacksonville over
Prescott
canvass. week .
than $70 a ,
concerning arrangements Hammond. making more
him ,
with
Orlffls and Pop Phillips. Nathan call at your door the supervision service of the new confer
]ian When they for ltd dtoponal. and now receives only $18 per I
See Film Starling has already pled guilty cylinder records, BHS.. .
give them your Ezekiel Dryden, at the Junkyard Mary Franklin Dies week compensation.Up
tereatlng and paid his fine. glass records, laminated records south of town on until four or five months s I

Ire. "W? talking motion paper records, composition records Mrs Madie LoweMrs. Road Just 28 (Keystone Heights Mary "Franklin an old respected ago he was engineer on an oil t

Was en Men Come : School Age Set -broken or cracked or whole. road will 23c a hundred colored citizen of Starke died tanker, which was torpedoed and I
) pay
uh ahown at the RO. E. All records must be shipped by Madle Lowe 42, who bad for Iron. He can Monday. July 27 after a long 111ness. sunk off the South, Carolina .

Wednesday by V. I. County Superintendent W. August 13, so NOW Is the time. been living three miles distant pounds scrap under 8OO She may be remembered coast. Ills life was saved after t
", flJaBonager of the Starke Middleton stated yesterday that, When from Starke died at 1 P. M. weigh anything In the
Help entertain the boys and will make ar- L iby her white friends simply as spending three hours sea.! f
a pounds,
law buried In Pine
Co. The to the State a few Tuesday, and was of World WarI
by the film according you come up town bring for weighing articles Mary. She Is survived by three lit Is a veteran
nine
o... Coca Cola Com- child must be five years and old records along and leave at Grove cemetery Wednesday. She rungemenUi amount. sons and three daughters, all and a member of the local
how the that
Industry la old on or before was the daughter of Sam Griffis. over ( Post.L .
months Telegraph
b With cogovernment the Bradford County resident of Starke and vicinity. American Legion
the the In opening day of school In orderto office. She Is survived by her husband.
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The Bradford County TelegraphEstablished for equipment an Allied of invasion.the first These quality troops, and have they abundant have r Florida State Farm NewsBy Va&C

1877AAHAYBER plenty of air support Their supply lines are 4w

secure, and they lie across land not across water. E. R. kouvlcr I IlKD; CROSS $

= =r'J\ ;The Germans have massed a gigantic amount of The Community Club membershad

FLORID PRESS>\SSOCMTION\\k heavy artillery, much of It taken from the Maglnot BRIDGE CLUB
At
*NAnWAL(; EDITORIALASSocIAnai'V Line, along the French Coast, and every possible The Thursday Bridge Club another sew Tuesday. Author. of "How to Win Friend

flrl 1 ) Invasion point Is a fortress.At meeting last week with Mrs. E. noon a covered dish luncheon was and Influence People."

II:. tl Matthews ________ Editor and Owner military history proves again and again, C. Scott was quite a pretty affair. served by Mrs. L. A. Shepherd, 'girle

an over-water Invasion of enemy-held territory U Multi-colored summer flowers Mrs. J. M. Hembree and Mr. O.

SUBSCRIPTION HATH the most difficult of all military operations-even were tastefully arranged In the K. Portney, An allotment of 70

Yearly, $1.75; Silt Montlw, .t.OO- after their complete victory at Dunkirk when living room and on the porch woolen skirts was about com- .
where four tables were played.
British military power was all\ but destroyed, the and pleted. Credit is due R. L. Dobbs
Mrs. J. O. Godwin won high
t"QbUJdleci Weekly on Frta a1fl aDd )Entered M Sea- Nazi generals didn't feel confident enough of Mrs. for pressing the finished skirts
Mrs. J. W. Ritch bingo THE
ood Class Matter at tile Port Office at Starke, Fla. success to make the attempt. The enemy positions Scott served sherbet, cocoroons and we are thanking B. Hersh- CONQUEST OF FEAR

, must be "softened" first by days and perhaps and Ice tea. fIeld in advance for cutting our Enrico Caruso, the most perfect tenor voie 1

weeks of artillery fire-and guns do not exist next assignment, which will be titillated the Golden Horse Shoe in the Metropolitan that-1

Long Term Credit On The Blink which can adequately shell the German positions Mrs. R. L. Dobbs spent the past shirt and pajamas.Joe House New York, had something that haunted

.. Installment buying Is on the blink since the from. the British aide of the Channel. As a ville.week with relatives In Jackson Allen Lander has gone to and night. He had conquered the world with his hits 1

.Ii new credit control system became effective. Likewise substitute for artillery, dive bombers would have Miss Roberta Wh Wield left Mobile Ala., where he has em himself he could not conquer And that which con Yo
him is short
to be used-and their losses would be until the of a word. Fear q
accounts at the stores are on such enormous. band master ployment opening
) charge Friday to take the
his
9 people are payIng The losses in men which would follow when five school. From peasant Italian childhood he J
jt' a short period that a good many course In music I lasting; inherit
t cash, or confining their purchases to the bare the stage of landing operations was reached Is weeks In Tallahassee While gone Mr. and Mrs Sid Dobson at- of the Evil Eye from which he was never able to iree d

f necessities of life also staggering. Without artillery support, the I she will be located at Bryan Hall tended the funeral of Mr. Do b- self. He never crossed the ocean without first consai

f "Keeping up with the Joneses'" might still landing troops would have to advance against i dormitory. son's brother, Sebron Dobson, at an astrologer to find If the portents were favorable'

i be the great American pastime, but from now on completely shielded defenders with a vast super. I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher were Olustee last Saturday. never started a new undertaking on Friday, and hee,

, It must be done on a cash basis, rather than on lorlty in firepower. Writing in Collier's, Quentin I guests of relatives In Green Cove Edgar D. Mobley spent the wore a new suit for the first time on Friday. A !stnt
Springs for the week-end. week-end with his In San craze swept over this country-the billiken
the Installment plan. Reynolds, one of the best Informed of war correspondents family craze, In
Mm has moved liken sort of :
I vivid R. N. Dukes ford. was a half-dwarf humorous
r draws a and probably accurate mono
picture when he says: "Let those who shout from Worthlngton Springs to be Mrs. J. L. Robinson and Mrs Caruso lived in fear of sickness; and when he fell

Help Keep Doctors Healthy loudest for the Immediate establishment of a the guest of her father and H. L. Parker are visiting In Jack filled his room with billikens; sometimes, he even ill
mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. under his pillow. So much did he keel!
sonville. fear
i Paul V McNutt, chairman of the War Manpower second front In France visualize for a moment Holmes. Gasoline shortage ban S he would never walk under ladder. the Evil Eye
r r the cost, In equipment and life. Norma Jean Dobbs Is visiting: a One day [in
Let them visualizethe ,
Board recently pointed out that unreasonable caused her husband to have to 111I:
her sister, Maybelle Smith, In a sharp turn to avoid a ladder, he bumped into
demands on physicians' time must be avoided. waters of the Channel running blood red undera seek other employment for the cleaner's bucket and feU a WIn

The necessity for this Is apparent. Thousandsof white moon and let them visualize the bodies duration, or until he Is called Into Jacksonville. friend twitted him about it.sprawling to the sidewalk.
of thousands of British and the service of Uncle Sam. I
American
have service. the soldiers
doctoro entered military By
"If I'd walked under the ladder I
end of this year, 20,000 additional physicians will floating In those waters. If the persuasive elo Minus Huff of Lakevllle, N. C.. I Bakery Reopens killed" he said solemnly. might have

be needed In uniform. That quence of the second-front brigade Is followed, no Is visiting his brother-in-law and few ,
to serve our men After a days' vacation, the The powerful the
other *' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hund I conquering Cornelius Vanderbilt
result Is sister
,/ .\ must be met, and will be met. And one Inevitable possible. I Sabine bakery re-opened for business bent men to his will as a cook does pie-dough to''
result will be a sharp decline In the number of Thla does not mean that a second front Is ley. last Saturday in Its location little bending himself. He the had

doctors available to serve clvlllana.I Impossible. To the contrary, every really informed Mrs. George Wiggins of Camp I in the Raybln building on lieved in spiritualism mediums was iron man, bulk

I military man Is convinced that one will be openedIn villa and Miss Bernice Knabb of West Call street. H. W. Lapp, clairvoyants, consul
This does not that will have them He
? mean anyone regularly. was
time. But It cannot be opened until Macclenny were guests of Mr. and the baker, much Improved from particularly afraid of"
,; to go without necessary medical attention. It does thing Is ready. That every Mrs. L. A. Wiggins Saturday. the rest resumed his work. Rosa spirits, which were so real to him that he had each
means that first there
mean that all must help so far as they can, to must be more John A. Bouvier, Jr., of Miami, Bell Tomlinson, the new sales of his bed set in a dish filled with salt to keep these
bombings of
t see that doctors are able to use their working the Continent many Germany and returning from a two weeks' stay lady, Is a local woman. from attacking him while he slept.

time to the fullest advantage. To quote Mr. Mc- on the Cologne scale It means that In Washington, D. C., and Elena So if you have fears, stop to realize that others

:'I Nutt on the doctors' part "It will mean long Allied troops must be given more and better equip Ohio was week-end guest of Leases Small House had them, too. Probably a fear is haunting thjj
you
.', hours and hard work-sacrifices which will multiply !. ment than they now possess. And it means that his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A.I ment: the fear of what someone is going to about
ways must be found of say ,
the deep debt that every community owes to causing distracting trouble Bouvier. N. D. WaInwrIght, Sr., has what the boss is going to do; what the neighbors

: Its physician", There will be a real need to exercise for Germany at home.In Teddie Herman of Sarasota 1 Is lleased I I to Mrs Kitty Andrews the to think. These all have to do with the future. Youn areg

;, \;): every possible means for minimizing unnecessary any event many of those who demand a the guest of his grandparents small frame house on the corqer fear the past, for you know what has happened and
' second front at once are terribly uninformed The Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scott. of Temple avenue and Jackson' ge
't{ medical services. Mrs. ally, it wasn't so bad after all., But the future-Oh!
High Command has not opened a second front Morgan Rlcharde and street formerly occupied by the ?
In other words you are asked to forego for simply because It knows that the time Is daughter, Jane, and Mrs. R. L. Gem Restaurant and more recently Fortunately there is a simple way of fighting f fi

if.:!'. the duration the "luxury" of wasting your doctor's yet ripe-and because it also knows that the not Tyson visited in Jacksonville Fri by the Wave Inn. The "There is no defeat except for those who think deb<

time and energies. That 10 a real and necessary :United Nations term of the lease is five said sagacious old Elbert Hubbard of East Aurora.
,
must not be day.Mies years according
subjected
to
contribution to the war effort, and to the defeat of the Dunkirk another Lucile Scott of Caryvlllela to Mr. Wainwright, and Say to yourself: "Now look here, exactly what Is

y protection of civilian health as well. East Indies Singapore, Philippines, and the guest of Mrs. Eva Mark? the price was {30 per month. I am afraid of? Is it going to kill me? Is it going to

: lies variety. A great amount of groundwork ham this week. The place Is diagonally across my neighbors pass on the other side of the street to ai

ahead before we can really start a s usMrs.. ti. Watts and little son the street from "Kitty's Place," I me? Is it going to humiliate me so that I can never a

i The Human Scrap Heap tained offensive drive of any kind against either have gone to visit relatives in and Mrs. Andrews will live there, : lift up my face?"

Germany or Japan. Dunellon. Mr. Walnwrlsrht stated. If you will analyze your fear, it will lessen. You
"Liquor Is sending at least million -
I a Americana Miss
'u:1: Thelma Rivers of Graham I
know the worst that can happen, and will not be so Ie
to the 'scrap neap just at a time wnen Is the of .
guest Mrs. P. S. Crews
The Bowling Matches by it. You will to yourself "Why I stand
w everyone la expected to work or fight." CCC Should Be Revived for several days. say can
I. "Do the thing fear to do and the death
you of I!ft
This thought-provoking statement After The 'War Mrs. W. E. Malone Mrs. J.
, was made Is EndedThe H. Starke's 5-man bowling team certain." Palph Waldo Emerson said. I know nob bi
by a prominent physician at a medical convention Dudley, Mrs. Eva Markham and played the Springfield team !In

I4} In Chicago recently. Civilian Conservation Corps is one of the Miss BernIce Dobson went to I Jacksonville last Sunday after- prescr'n..

l "Reliable authorities," the doctor continued, casualties of the war effort, but the good work Lake City Monday. In 00 n. Dresser, MaurIce, Art

" "have estimated that there are at least 1.000.000chronlo accomplished during Its decade of existence will Hubert Flllaya has returned Manas sa, Tim Jordan and Henry More Selectees rence Joseph Bonafllla. v

alcoholics in the United States and the live ion for many,, many years.One from a. visit with his father in Manassa lost to the Springfield dence You Is are Bainbridge required, to Geo'la i

I number of new ones each year la placed at almost of the first, I and perhaps most highly Georgia.Mrs. team by 33 pins.In I Among; the large quota of se,' August 24th.. 1942 In IB
L. F. Chapman. Mrs. M. lectees named Court and ciu.. v
I 160,000. praised units of the New Deal plan, the CCC has E. GrIner the 3-man match Art Man. recently, sent t o Camp plaintiff ""eklt .
\ and Mrs. P, D. Bradrord
J.! "This done much toward Panther assa Henry Manassa and Tim Blanding for induction from ment of Marriage..
means that in conserving the
time of natural
a national and
trials spent Saturday in Jacksonville.Miss Bradford Telegraph shall publi.h the
: ,at least 1,000,000 persona are unfit for duty In the human resources of America. In Florida alone, Margaret Strlngfellow ha Jordan were defeated by 4 pins. I lowing: County were the fol.I In next four weekly IMUWWltnef"

I armed forces war production home the CCC boys built more than 3,000 miles gone to But In the double match, Henry my hand end
defense and of spend some time with her ,
Edward oal I at Htark, Flurlda Ito"
Manassa and Tim E. Brown Clarence O.
I other vital activities." roads and 2.000 bridges. They erected 379 build aunt, Mrs. A. B. Wallace In Sanford Jordan, won by 22nd. 1942.
I 108 pins. The Springfield Clifford, James H. C r a w f ord,
ings, 108 look-out team A LAs ,
Thus, another towers, cleared and will also visit
U added 19,869 at
name to the long list miles of New
I plan a return match Sunday at 2'p Ralph Nettles James E. Winning- Clerk i< u>< I
of enemies who are sabotaging this countrythename firebreaks, built 239 miles of fence, and strung Smyrna Beach before returning M. at the Bowldrome inStaike. ham, Lewis W Cannon James Knight. & Kniglil SurktAttyii. .
343 miles of home for Pit ,
of telephone line.
whiskey. All this was In addition Lucian Conner, Robert C. Jackson 7-24 4t H-14 (OFFIL'IAIJ
to their Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Walker.
and
primary purpose of forest Improve- Stanley S. Noegel, Eugene

The Second Front Won't Come ment and the conservation.At Chas.Martha McMillan Walker,and Mr.Bernice and Mrs.Mc- CARD OF THANKS Goodge and Alfred Whitehead.i THE CHILDRENS FR
beginning of the CCC
Until We're Prepared For It only 1.600,000 acres of slate and program in 1933 I Millan went to Hampton Lake It Is with most grateful hearts ('InTIT (COt'RT iiH.\IIKOtin When children have tempo
K. N.
private
lands In Florida forest Sunday. that we wish to thank our many Florida Uowlmis Addition to Htarke, sets of the stomach and bonij

The average American has a pretty good received fire protection. By Jan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul McLendonand friends who extended sympathyand 4 01 TY, FLOniOll IV CIIAVnv unwise food combination,
I; opinion of himself, and this dertalnly Includes'the uary 4,900.000 1. 1942, this had Increased to more than baby son, James Nelson, and kindness to us in our be- 011Inel(>: Rosier Flonnfllla. Plain I, or over-acidity of the i
; acres.
{ millions who now seem! to consider themselves as Thirty-three thousand bushels of Mrs. Clementine McLendon vIsit- reavement. May God's blessing be tiff. VH. Lawrence erqllonatilla, give them good; tasting

qualified experts on military tactics and strategy. pine nurseries cones were. c611ected for sowing In forest ed Mrs. Jack White in Jacksonville with you all-Mrs. B. A. Shaw Defendant.ORDER OP Case HPRLirATIO.V No. AND McGEE'S BABY EL
and more than 17,600 Sunday. and children. NOTICE TO
They know precisely what's with acres of denuded APPEAR STORES
wrong the high STATE' ALL DRUG
lands were planted to make future OP FLOKir to: Fjiw-
command, and can't forests.
understand, for the life of But
them, why the United Nations do not Immediately perhaps the greatest benefit of all was the
Improvement In health, education
open a second front In Europe. and morals de.
rived by the
underprivileged youths who lived and
,
Theoretically, the second front would be of worked In the camps. They learned useful trades

untold benefit to the Allied cause: It would divert .and habits of self-reliance and
Industry and developed

men and machines
and supplies from Hitler'
strong, healthy bodies.
Army officers
Russian and African offensives It would give say that former CCC boys who enter the armed

I the conquered people of France their opportunity forces are In much better than r

1 to rise up against their conqueror and help destroy condition and make themselves useful average physical

,film. It would mean the start of a real effort to mediately because of their almost Im-

break the Axis power at home-a job that must first aid and other specialized previous skills training In
be such as
accomplished before the war Is
over. truck and tractor driving and
telephone maInten-
All of these things are on the credit side of ance.

the ledger-In theory But In actual fact openIng'''
Although the CCC Is
out for the duration
second we
a front now would be one of the moat believe It Is one of the most worthwhile

hazardous operations In military history. AccordIng ments undertaken move-
by our President
and should be
to all reports, the Germans have done wonders revived In the
post-war
period, when
in America
fortifying their continental positions. In France once again will be able to train her
alone, they have about young men to
300,000
seasoned
troops preserve and
protect, rather than
to kill and rr
which have been rigorously trained in preparation destroy.the .

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HAMPTON serving.
SANDY LANEBy
! By II. B. WIggins Betty Home and Dot Barnhlll
won the prizes in the games. Ida Ruth Alldredge
SCHOOL OPENS MONDAY

,. Hampton Junior High School Mr. and Mrs. J. E. AdkIns and Mrs. Lorene Carter and Miss
I Mrs. T. E. Ellis and children Lucille Green spent the week-end
, will open Monday, August 3, at visited Mrs. P. W. Kelly at Win- with their parents Mrs. E. E.

8:30: A. M.. with the following ter Haven and P. D. AdkIns at Green.

, faculty: Prof M. W. Morrow, Dundee the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Locklear

I principal: Miss Edna Dudley, I Everett Renfroe of Norfolk.' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bas-
Asst. principal: Miss Lois Ditty, com
Williams
Va., and Ft. Myero was exhibiting Monday.
Mrs
Floy Sullivan and Miss
77 moccasins be had killed one Little Misses Mary Joyce All-
Ophelia Bryan. '
day last week. It wan not a very dredge has been spending a few
Mr. Morrow will begin his sixth good day for snakes either. days In Lake Butler with her
i' year here. Miss Dudley her sec- Misses Betty and Ethel Dur-I uncle. T. W. Waters.

ond, Mrs. Sullivan her ninth and ling have just returned from their We are
sorry that Mr. and
Miss Bryan her fifth. Miss
. Ditty visit In several sections of South Mrs. Frances Gilliam IJ1Ii,
will be new to us but comes Florida. They report a fine time. of this section moved out .o
Monday.
! highly recommended and we feel Kenneth Mean spent last week
sure she will through Mrs. Alma Thomas Is spending e
I go nicely. with his sister I Mrs. Leroy
a few
days In
Jacksonville.
Thomas at .
Can'away.Miss
j BlUTIIII.I'UT\ /
Lon Mrs Mildred Phillips a
' Williams of Gainesville and Genevieve -
Mrs.. Gerald Adkins gave a is visiting Miss Miriam Guy : Bryan spent Monday with
.t I birthday party last week for her this week. I friends at Ralford and the State e

! daughter, Helen. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Durban of Farm. /
' Onus Prescott, Nell Earl '
Meyer,
Lawtey were visiting Mrs. Dur Ralph M 0 el e y of Crystal
t I Meyer Harvene Watterson Betty ban's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. \V.WllIlalllll Springs Miss., is visiting-his slater 1 4E. -
{ Horne, Audrey Bar n h 111, Dot Monday afternoon. Mrs. R. H. McCauley. ] a _

I! Helen Barnhill.Kalch.Norma Sweeney and Mr. and Mrs). J. G. AdkIns and Mrs Orlver demons of Lake _

children spent last week-end in Butler was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
After many gamea were played Lake Butler visiting relatives. R. H. McCauley Thursday of
! and the children had enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson of last week.

themselves Immensely they were Starke spent the week-end with OTTIID UNDII +
served refreshments, Mrs. J. C. Mr. and Mrs Gordon Wadsworth. Office AUTHOIITY Ot THI COCA-COLA COttrANV BV

I Barnhlll assisted Mrs. Adkins in Sr. County Telegraph.S u p p Hs. Bradford STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO.a. .

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I JAPANESE ment. and furnlahlnffi* for
THIS
: WEEK IN THE WARIA ItItA 'I'I"ttll COfNTY HRAI-.TH
NEWS ANALYSISernational A NO MKniCAl: lKNTCitHTAHKK. : I
EKLY< Mixed Tiding. KI.OIIIIIA

Taking their first 4 Mummery of Information on the Important At which time sOil place' they will
offensive actioa developments of th. h. publicly "p..n..o1 unit readl'nt .
week
Court and Police Forcer disastrous in the southwest Pacific since their Report, made, Washington available D.by C.official) source In the Office of Uovrrnment I Instructlona|>i>sala. Mpe-rlnl ami I detail ci>n< I I Ins Hpeolflratlona. und. .

defeat In the Battle of
,
may he amlned at the nfru -
World Envisioned Hull the Coral Sea last May the Japanese THKRB MUST BE NO IKTrPThe : I : : <. of the Hoard of Cnuiily fomnilssloners -
by MlXIMl'M: TltlCES AM*
Postwar ; landed estimated to yield about t,30O< for the County of !Hrad-
an invasion force at I
Buna.
U. S. Overall output of RENTS fonl. Ntarke, Klorldu., unit at the
million
100 miles directly across the eastern planes tanks. providing a 4 percent offices ..r Ivan H. $mlth. Architect.of .

_zi Drive Increases Russia's Peril; I arm of New Guinea from Port ammunition during ships June guns was and Price Administrator Henderson normal and surtax: Income rate the firm unit of Hills Iteytmld, KtiKTlnerro Krewton.Spilth anilArchitects. .

Moresby lilt Allied outpost of Aus nearly three times that of reported "Government controls of on corporations und a 90 percent Silt( Inival Uldar. Jrkonvlll -
last
rnmel Stymied by Allied Air Power tralia.A November the prices and rents where they areIn excess profits tax Treasury Secretary I *., Florida anti copIes thereof
month before Pearl I I obtained.The .
Melbourne effect are doing a good job Moi-genthau/ however said :
communique reported Harbor War :I eald Himrd of Cnuntv Cnrnmla''-
Production
that United Nations planes had Chairman of holding down prices but uncontrolled ;'''a tax program\ of leis than $8,700( alonera. for the County of Mradforri

W"ea ealalena ara .. .....* '. I"... .. .me.a. thiy arc ...... .r Nelson reported. He Illlt.d'i food million of I reserves. the right to waive any In
OR.p.P". I ".1..-. ..... aaaliela? ... .., ......arlly ., tale ....p.per.> attacked the invasion fleet and sanka however "too much boasting about prices are ahow-! n d! d 11 tonal revenue f.'rnuallttea. In or 1.1'a reject ally or
*" large transport and but Ing a definite Inflationary ten. would be Inadequate. Ha recommended alt lilile.
barge
R.I..IS by eeUni Nowapapar Union. __________ .
production progress Is altogether Kuch: bId must lie acrnmpnnled bv
did not prevent the landing.On denc). He said "the total cost removal of these "special a ccrtlfleit: check or hid bond In (

-.-- the Chinese front the Japs did premature--the biggest I of food to city families advanced privileges": lax: exemption for the amount, of five percent. (ftV> ) ofI
part of the job Is still ahead." I the has, .. hltl at n guarantee. that I
not have such happy tidings to report by 1.3 percent between May 13: State and municipal securities the bidder. It awardoft the contract. I

to Tokyo. First item of bad Any letup now "would mean I and June 13 continuing the exemption from taxation of 27 1-2 will enter Into a writtencontract ,
more of and I with the Itnard. of \
years war hundredsof CountyCommissioner
-Llfl- news was the recapture by Chines thousands steady upward price trend of the percent of income from oil wells for the ('..II"t,. of ,

armies of Klenteh. a key point southwest more lives. previous 14 months and offsetting and mines' nml separate Incometax t-tiadford." Klorlda, In accnrdancaHlth I

of Chairman Nelson an an Indexof the benefit of returns the tern of the prnpoeal.THH : I
Hangchow. Second item prlc control on by married couples.The HOAItl) 4 r* fOt'NTY CfM-

was a report that United States the Nation's productive effort all foodstuffs covered by the general House Naval cffalrs Committee MISSIO.NICKS KOIl TillCOl'NTY

'' bombers had sunk two Japanese naval estimated that approximately 36 regulation" after Investigating 40.000 I' OK 1I'A.HHAI.ItI' HTATH OK FL.OH- .

craft on the Fu river in Klangsi percent of the U. S.'s record Mr. Henderson salt! housewives contracts raid "05: percent" of I the Hy \\'. M Kilwards.. ,

province. breaking Income during the first and other members of the buying War Contractoia are doing an ,I Attest: Its Chairman.. .,

Meanwhile along the Hangchow- six! months of this year went into '| public will acquire the legal right I honest and effective job and receiving Sty A. J. Thomas '
I' 7-24 .11 0-7 County flerkf f'
Nanchang railway the Nipponese in- military channels. This compares beginning July 31, to bring civil only fulr and reasonable -

vaders were being harassed he Bald to the 50 to 751 profits" the 8 : (:
constantly -
I suits for damages against any I average bring per. i\ E'Ssat't 1'1' by Chinese guerillas. The percent of total income being'| storekeeper who charges more cent.S'U.U'. ''10' "s"% I"I.UIII"\1 I I'S ( SI 5%_

official Central News agency disclosed spent! by Great Britain. and Ger than OPA regulations peimlt.
that Chinese farmers had been many. The purchaser I It'' entitled to re-1 S.I.t'.UU'lHSS: I -'h.II..I..h.; Ix-feiiiUnt.. (.'.... No.
President' ,
armed with 30,000 rifles! in each Roosevelt reportedthe .
IIOOIS GAS ('()t'l'ONS I cover $50 in damages plus attorney's recent rubber OltUKR n.. ri'HMl'ATlOV ANtI :i'NOT"1'1
county of western and southern Che. fees scrap collection TO API'KAKHTATK I
______ I kiang province. They are organized Price Adminktiator Henderson or triple the IImount''| dilvo added 43-1,0(10 tons to the OK FMHtlOA to: MellonOentach.
i of the
overcharge plus attorney'sfees Villosi* residence. le 62 Government's
into units strong enough to destroy reported gasoline coupon counterfeiters whichever Is "tockplle.t'xcluHlve Ave., Philadelphia, I'enn-
larger.
r small enemy detachments. If superior had been peddling, bogus of rubber in small piles still alt sylvania.You. .

--- Japanese forces approach. ration books In the East and Similar nulls may be filet. In service Ita lions and junk dealers.' I I Ana-list are tilth required, IIMJ In to the appear abovenaineil on

defense rental areas against landlords W P n Chairman Court nnd. herein
they withdraw leaving their villages slated these "saboteurs attackingour Nelson asked i cause. ,
I who collect rents above plaintiff seeks III Ivur. .. tlradfordCounty
State and Local Governments '
stripped. war program" will be proBe- to Telrirraph shall publish this
cuted promptly and vigorounly. those permitted by OPA ol'dt'I..1 I lend their trucks and workers to I' Order In iiext four weekly I........
The office Witness. my, hand and official'
ANTI INFLATION reported It has local !
: All persons found to be in piwt- salvage comnlltlt'C's to helptransport soul at Htaike. Florid'*. this July
mated l 370

Gen. Carl Sp.-... chief of the American air forces In the Euro- OPA Gets $120,000,000Price session of the counterfeit books areas and areas by August as defense 1 deHlg'l. before scrap material collections Nth. 1542.tI.'let'iAt.. ., "'I ..\J.I A. J. Thomas I
he winter sets in. To A. Clelk of said Court.. 7-10 4t31
said liable
are to have their
of action (!left) pins the Distinguished Service Cross on MaJ. Administrator Leon Hender ulation will become keep steel furnaces going at full K. K. '. Mlarke, FloridaAlly

I C. Kerelmsn. Taking part In ft recent bombing- raid on enemy son was given $120,000,000 with regularly issued ration books 94 of these area capacity, more than 730,000: for 'rl..II.

I lo Holland Kegelman brought his ahlp back safely after one which to fight inflation when the either revoked or withheld. Be. freight cars, will be to I
requhed IN 4-IH4-I IP COI HT. III \IIKOHIHrt >
wrecked and a wing damaged In fighting with German air cause of delays In obtaining gasoline "ELUJ.tTNIUCE PKKVALKNT : ,
house of ,
representatives agreed to : curry scrap iron and steel most I < I".UI""I l> I H <,*.
rationing coupon books the I'KIIV.Joule: .
adopt a conference committee's recommendations
of
which must be moved by truckto ...
OPA said service stations may The nine ""ryhlln.V..llo. rirtlntlff,
army areas
to compromise its corps rail points. vs. I. a in II rV.II..I1.,., Pefendant.Cns .
AR WORLD : RUSSIAN FRONT: differences with the senate. sell gasoline on a "Coupon Credit" were reorganized and renamed No ilo7i
basIs The Wl'B extended the tin OltllKIt OK IMTtl.lfATlOV AND
until midnight July 31. "Service Commands. The reorganization can
The outspoken Henderson thus
got
-Envisions 'Terrible Days'The $73,000,000 less for financing his The OPA Increased tire and wilt further decentralize salvage; program, to 104 cities In STATIC NOTICK OF .'1.1'111"lu TO AI'PbiAIt: Lamar !

- balred Cordell Hull gravity of the Russian situation operations (he operation of Servicesof addition to 36 Metropolitan areas Wellona, w h..... residence. Is Fay !
silvery- than he had
originally asked tube quotas for August and said eltsvllle. N. I.'.
appeal for a safe and could not be underestimatedand Supply activity and eliminate previously announced because de- Y required to onAistust
ait in for but actually $4 .OOO.OOO more 98,000 bicycles will be made available u are appear
made to belittle tinning plant : ,1id I IIU'J, In I the above j
world it was clear no attempt was duplicating facilities. War Sec. capacity requirements
postwar than the house had
first voted. Political for In .
rationing August ascompared named Court and muse, wh..tn1.IIIIIIIIr
[a majority of Americans its seriousness. Germany's report of wiseacres observed that the with 43,000: in The ret my Stlmson Mid 28,000 Yellow have been Increased from seeks. dlvuicv. llrati ford

| with his thesis that the peace the fall of Rostov emphasized the July. Jaundice cases developed 250,000 to 400,000 tons. The Board' County Telesrfiph thall publishthis
result was simply an illustration of office said only trucks engaged In among order In next four weekly
said .
I ii the war must be avOn crisis. the old game of give and take. Hen services essential to the effort Army personnel In the U. S. and the Government will requisition Issues..
United Nations U future As the sorely pressed Russians war abroad between January 1 and from Junk dealers all useless Witness. n.y. hnml and offIcial(
had
derson first asked
for more than
or public health and safety seal al Htarke, Florida, tills JulySrI !
III to be avoided. guarding the approaches to the he expected. the house first voted will be entitled to July 4. apparently due to the use automobiles-those that cannot be 1943.OFFICIAI. I
address heard around the Caucasus and the Volga river had recapped or I of yellow fever vaccine. repaired on a practical balO.tll-to ( SKAt.) A. J. Thomas
n less than he actually needed. The Sixty.
new tires after 28 7-10 4t 1.31'r.
July under a As Clerk nf saId Court.
| the of state made fallen back before the million-man two deaths resulted. maintain the present peak movement ,
secretary finale was a compromise satisfactory drastic revision of the tire "There has Frank T.nndrum. Hlalke, Florida.
pointi: German army smashing its way to all. been a change in the form of of automobile scrap to Ally for Pir.

United Nations' immedl- southeast down the Don river valley ing regulations. The ot'A rRtlOII'1 yellow fever vaccine now used mills. On the basis. of a questionnaire -
lished names anil,! odd..ell. l. ctste's'i'r C'OI.lt1'i niiAurnnii
blem if to win the warder the Soviet army organ Red Star. WAR PROFITEERING : field which the Surgeon General think to 330 firms the Hoard 4-oliw'I'-' PIAltIil', IS C' "A"' I

said frankly: "Terrible days face representatives who may be. will eliminate the estimated 100 million pound. of 4 KHV.Iiira .
the It called the Halted by House called upon by the. dealers, re- whole trouble. essential May runipbell, rialntlff, vs.
country. chemicals
the war lurvelllance mu.trelied upon Mr. Stlmnon said. could be realized William tJ."rlfe] Campbell, I) f"nlimit. -
I over Germany Japan fighting men of Russia to emulate Drastic steps to curb wartime cappers truck operators and other In the next 18 months If Cuae Nu. SONG

ir.d their tatellltes by the the example of 28 Red soldiers who profiteering were taken when the users! of tires for aid In solving TAXATION AND PROFITS manufactures of war equipment oltllKH NOTICH op IMiUMCATtOV'J'(, AI'l-IOAK AND \

Nations until the aggressorstheir In the defense of Moscow last winter house of representatives passed a problems arising under the rationing The House passed and sent to begun now t o recover wasted HTATK OK r-t.ollll'A." to: William ,\ \

willingness and ablli died fighting a tank charge with bill outlawing commission fees on regulations. the Senate the War Revenue Bill, ppiay paints.Ileorgia. Oaorira.ann liuneelth Cumphell. (,iltreet whoa. rittaburir renldentaIs 1\1I.

i at peace with other little more than their bare hands. government contract., after Chairman I'ennaylvanla.' I

i The speed of the new Nazi drive Carl Vinson declared that Deeds Filed BROOKER I You am 17th.required, IR42, to In appear the above enAuiruat } ;

|;uputes must be settled by against the Reds' celebrated agents obtaining war contracts for I VIMI are riuiulrril to appear ..on.. named. Court and cause, wherein
..nfunifrtuM 7th.. IftJJ. III .i.L.. .t. aeekn rtlvorne and custodyof
I means. An international defenle-in- epth technique was be. manufacturers were "fleecing American William Raleigh Alvarez and Ily Mrs. .:l n..m'1 4ourt anti ""UO'. wl'r.11I, ..hll....". llrndforil County T'.learaph :
of I justice would provide re- lieved to be due to the Germans'use taxpayers." Almeta Alvarez to Foster Shi plaintiff seeks dlv......... 1I1'lIdr..rd ahall publlah this order In
of a crushing mass maneuver to CAROL ELAINK: KKENK: : 4'.."nly T"'sr''I.h' .hllll I 1"IIoII..h I it I. .."xt four weekly. luauea. I.
Testimony previously
or r law and obligation presented Smith and Mary Ann Smith his Mr. and Mr. James Cot-bet Ir.l.'r In IIVAI i'.ir Wrkty Issues. Witness. inv Imntl and ofdrlnlseal "
eedom is to be assured by which employed monster tanks, armored the house naval committee had disclosed wife July 20: Vivian G. McCord Witness my hand and, official at Mlarke, Florida thIs July18(1u.
Keene announce the arrival of a son I at Htarkx, this ., >42Knlaht '
trains, heavy mortars and an that three Washington firms Florida July |
I lot I economic and politicali. Widow of T. M. McCord. deceased 21st, 1042OKKll'lU.. air Knluht' Htarke, FlaAtlys. ;
Carol Wed.
I. Errors of extreme natlon- unprecedented concentration of air of so-called "sales engineers" had to D. C. Forsyth July 20; daughter Elaine on ; ( ,I. MKAI.) A. J Thomas for Plaintiff. \
nesday July 22 in the Aluchua' As Cl.rk of sal.I Clerk of call
Court 7244tl4 A Thoitm., Aa
earned close to in
$2,000,000 commission I
|that caused the present war power. S. R. Johns, Sr.. and wife Julia uti.

avoided. Only comforting note In the bleak fees on government contracts Johns to Carl Johns and wife County Hoppltal In Gainesville I, -: TAT 4t l-l (OFFICIAL. SBAUIV
,
'v' ( iK'I 1'1' S'Itt II'S', lIlt %IP5'OhlS. '
Mrs. Keene will be rememberedas
picture was the success of Russian in the past six months. -
Thelma Redgrave Johns"northhalf 4.ut: .5 ry. s'i.oits." I'll UHlh
:
|PT: soldiers In regaining ground far to Mist Lorena Paulk. < Kit v IIIM cnirfir ( 01 IIT OKrim
of northeast quarter of section John U. Henry, Plaintiff.' v.... i'tao ni 4iirn .I, lilt'S \S. 4 lIlt i ir orTIIM
fou-er Tells the north in their counter-offensive LEAHY: 21 and northwest quarter of SOCIETY llnnrv (JpfridMnt.. I'HMH N... 2044( sr \'I'>i sti" KI.OIIIIH. ixKllll 'IAtS
'
IINllr'nt4l> I otsr%(
around Voronezh. By turning the UltPKIl OK I'I'lll.lc'ATION AND
.
d I become 'Eyes and Legs1Called the northeast quarter of section Mr. and Mrs. Ivan. Hazen of No'rU"I '1'" ACI-KAIt. l CltAIH*;'KHV:
increasingly clear Nazi. back here. Marshal Tlmoshenko ('Alibi" NO 2013sPECIAl ( :
22 all in 7 RTATK OK KI.OIIIIIA 1lsti,
township south range Jacksonville Mr. lo.:
if power from retirement to the were visiting .. TAX HCIIOOI niHTRK'TNIJMHKIl ,
was assuming a de- might be able to take some of Henry whose mldem-n l ht tin.known.

|role) In the fight for Egypt the pressure oft Red forces In the newly created position of chief of 22 east containing" 120 acres and Mrs. G. W. Hazen Sunday FI.OHII R OF( IIHAUFOKDCOUNTY a corporationorganised I
more or less 21 Idella J. You are required 'to .*ar ont'I'piu.nIj..r :
July ; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Uevllle and app ,
reinforcements of the British deep South who had fought with staff to the Commander In Chief 7th. "'U. In (Its abovvnainvil and exlstlnir under the
Priest widow to E. V. Priest children of Gainesville visit- l-uvvs of the Htate of Florida. and
.
bad were Court and
n Daniel whorolnplaintiff
enabled Adm. William Leahy. cause,
the Imperials their backs to the wall in defense of was .. 'I' If., lou PAtti S OF PUHI.Ii* INHTKirc'TION -
eb 1> in, offensive along the 3:1ront : Rostov. former chief of naval operations and and Nannie E. Priest husband Ing MI' and Mrs. James Cuson Tvlntraph s. .k. divorce.xhall. pul>IlradforilCounty llnh. Ihl.II'dW"It OF H\ H A !) F O K I*

> from .El Alamein more recently ambassador to Vichy and wife of Green Cove Springslot and family Sunday.Mrs. In next four weekly Issuse COUNTY KI.OUMIA. a t'nrporattt"ltorsnI5iuI
on '
: : under the
CASUALTIES In Hampton-July 24 Mabel nest.. my him I anil oft'I.'IiIseat 1 and' aII"I." ''
U. S. : ;
diterranean I. W. been of Florldit.vs .
to the Quattera France. Pinholster has at Hlark, "Kluildii. thin JII'ycut''I.I. Laws of the '

ti. paced by an RAP on- Show War's Trend With all the world discussing the G. Lewis and A. M. Lewis her visiting her son and daughter-in- Slat I 11142, i'tItluners.
*4UA 'I. J. ThnnmaAa
husband Charles L. ) A.
i that drove Nazi planes from Casualty figures released by the prospects of the United States and Johns July law. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pin holster rifrk of naldCmirt. 7-24 41 N-14\ ThE sTATE ()P' FI.OH1DA'
24; Margaret D. Reaves and husband liespondftnt.NOTICM
front in
second In
Jacksonville.
Office of War Information revealed Britain opening a TO T, II k! 'TAXP\rKRrt .
British Arthur E. Reaves Jr:, of i\ i Slut rr i 'M n' nit '
drive r, \IIKOIIIIOIMl t .lc. HI-KCIAI, TAX
dislodged the O. W. Barry and C. C. Dees ANI"to CITI/.KNH
from that the navy's losses since Pearl Duval Co., to Charles W. Dlahln- < KI.MMIIItl IV < H I \,- $HCIIOO, HIHTIUCT NtlMMKIl: S OFllltAOKOIIIi

'Jesus oft-disputed) In the north Tel and el Eisa Harbor were 15 times greater than get &: his wife, of Duval Co. July were transacting business In Add Morn 1 KI4t: 'hullln. I'ln IIIIIr, v.. ArumIto. I :I .l-01'NTY Hpeclal, Tax FI.OIIIOAJWIIKRKAM. WchoniHlstrlct 1 '

making suem for the entire span of World War 20; Margaret D. Reaves and husband Ga.. Thursday of last week. I .'k Challlii I |i.f niiunl., fan* No I !f.umber a CI' Hradford

long the center.considerable head- The OWI's statistics disclosed 1'1 Arthur K. Reaves. Jr., of Miss Madeline Crosby who In 201)1oniiKit OK rrni.K'ATlo.v ANHNOTH'K County, 'Florida:and' exlsllnic, a; corporation; :under orKaiilsed IhnLaws -

:it'ty by the Allies val casualties thus far totaling 12 Duval Co., to Charles W. Dlshln- attending summer pchool at the '1'" AI'I'UAIl of the Slut of Florid. and
k bad followed 143 compared with 871 in the first I U. of F. In Gainesville spent the HTATK OK l"IliIulIA 1 1 I..: Anna The lloiird of "h\lo\ Instruction ofllradford
'long and Cybele Diahlnger his ,
) assault ger Hotk whoitn IN
by American Chattln. r.sI'I.'n's County Florida I a cur po.
,Ush planes and British World war. The current casualties wife July 20; W. P. Smith and) I week-end with her parents, Mr. 2A1Ve 1 ..t Mh .Htrcx-t. Now York oriranl:\
the waren included 3.420 killed; 1.0S1: woundedand wife Emma T. Smith toV.. and Mrs. A. L. Crosby, N..w. York 1 ha ,laws of I the $1515 of Florida" '
North African coastal In the above entitled
.
.
Those of World You ar. r.sqi.tr.'i fi Hiipi'ar on the 11l.11I..r.
>r on which German Marshal 7.051 missing. Percy 'Van Ness and John FSelle. Miss lieny Haz" Green Is ftcfilniti, 1th. I 1HI.J 'In I HIK, nlinvunnmftl I cause, ilhl. nn the. 1th day
01 War I included 356 killed in action; of 17 and in <*ni..rt stul cauiivhtr, "lnplaintiff of July, A. ,H IH4J, file, with and ,
had Gainesville. friends relatives
rushed reinforce- of wounds and 456 lost at July ; visiting I NHpktt dJv'iri'I I ** ItriidfoidCounty pruaxnt lo MunfM-alile I I II I. I.. Mebrlnv;' '
to onset the capture of 6.000 58 died Roan Carter widow of C. L. Tallahassee. Ttl KrHph, fliull pulillfih. t thinOlll'T 005 :of: I:the Judges:,: of the nbnvanarneil .

s on the Carter Sometimes described us Mr. and Mrs Luther Howell of In lie xt fotlr Wl'fkly .Jm..j':1| :: I <*ourt, a petition, for I Ih )
Egyptian ;
front in sea.The army's losses in the present WtOt, *HN my hand: and l validation I of .achool bond of ealdHimclal
'' '" "Kements. In raids Charles Carter, deceased; Laury Mlcanopy were vlnltlng Mini xxal at Htnrko, Klorlda, this July'; \ : lrllh.; .rd'hool. Dlslrlit I Number )
g 275 war were placed at 19767. These |iSlet., IIH2OKKK'I ::1 nirirreKute principalamount
miles of Rommel's ex"Pply 002 killed 1.413 wounded Carter and wife Nealy Carter. ; Mary Moll Sunday. ( (I' Al< HTM.: A ,r Thornim1'Aai'lnk of |1Aiiii' ).MMi, I In bonda I In .
route British planes included ; Owen Carter and wife. Pearl Carter I Mr. and !Mis. Jack Simmons of ', I of aalil Court. 7-.M II N- 14 derrtinlnntlon I of I 5(11) (10 "each dated
and 17.452 missing. That the Philippine April | I'MJI! with Ihteiest at I ho I
wiped out Carter Gasklns andJ. Gainesville were visiting Mr. and ',
the Gladys
El Daba alrf" ; 2fr 'per Hnnnin ptyabl**
Scouts trained under General 1% < PhIl II' 01 III', fill tllFOMIIl rat' ** or
the Egyptian lines. D. Ganklns, her husband ; barlJ: i' Mia. N. C. Molt and family ami < > > I'S KlilllllMl IV' I !! '>' seinl-anniiiifly. on the first liiye of '
MacArthur had given a heroic ac 4 III: VMdwiiKl April and Ottoher each year ..vI.1 -
Carter and )Doris Carter his MI'. and Mrs. Herschel LayfieM l .. 1 dencedtv\ Intel est t'l pollS, and '
UEM count of themselves was indicatedby ': W HodiKr" rl.ilnllff I I I vs. \ :
: ;: wife; Jeanette Carter Gaaklns Saturday. Krurifi-M. K. "....IM'.... I Iii rml.int. (CUH the tirltiflpal: of su Id bonds tnaturlnic -
casualties listing 479 killed; 734 1 1I and .lielnir payable on April I
( .[Jont Crew wounded and 11,000 missing. IA and husband. Charley Gasklns I Mrs. Jim Mott Miss Bonnie Mil.OltltKK 20HU OK-. !r'I'tI.Ie'rI'vrr ANI !! I 1st In .each of t h. years and In I

-I' said grantoni being all of the Mott and John Matt were. visiting I I ;\ I.'E: TO .til'I'MAIt: .amount. aa follow:
With for all services were both I ilr In el ve ''t
military honors Casualties HT.VI! OK KI.I U1I I >A to Krani'i. lull! I to r.Mll.
is the of L. Carter and Mrs. L. A. Mott anti
f heirs at law C. Mr. > IH tnknnwn. __ 11 Son( 00. antiuii j
friend I 44413. | K llftfJiffi, whoNf r.'sld"n''o 0
at
or foe alike if death placed LEAHY Sunday ; \ 120011 m>.
: ADMIRAL: WIIMVI. sometimes described as Charles cliIHren In High Springs n- --- -
-C I. the "The bulk of the army casualtiesfall lit l"lorlla' Hunk. at Clarke, t
payable
lighting an'. lot. deceased with the exception '. You ait* rc'ii'iffd. to appear" "nHeptenitfcr
tradition Into the. cateeor) of missing. the Carter I 7th 'If4j.! In tn. H""V") HtHrke, Klollila anal
appointment
sanctioned by the Europe this year of the grantee herein- named, Court and .'HUN*, whrwlnplaintiff WIIKItr.AH:'\ the nald Jude. On
followed when the bodies the OWl said.FEMININE. of Admiral Leahy to the new position :MO/ELL ritl.NKY IVIPHOVIMJ: ..e.k, dlvorr liradford the Mill lny of .'toly. |tj.( ill.. Issue -
orman of after named all, ,of Bradford i County:: :::: TflfirrHph,: shall: pulillNh, (Pus an older niriiliist the I, $tats of
submarine hailed significant supreme Bill Galney -
crew mem- ARMY: was as Mr. and Mrs. parents I refiulrlnw' 'It, I throuvh, tjmHtate
of the first Florida I '
: part OrrlT In .h"r'
County parties ;
p r e buried ; : "t"r .lYi:1: : Mlnhth\ Jil.1l-, .
In Hampton. Va. efforts ahead. Regarded as of l'fc. Mozell IJ. Galney Witness my ;. Atlornev for the
."ms, to Russell Carter, July 21; Deed ,'1,1 circuit of I tie, Htute. .f Florld.1
Hard teal I II' Hturke, Klorldi' this July
were the first enemy WAAC Trains; an able strategist Admiral Leahy. life-Russell Carter and wife who lu stationed somewhere In I'H2.orflciA'. I., show cause .before aiild Court: at
for 211.
to be landed on American Every morning at 5:45 a. m. from in the words of President Roosevelt. Australia have received a letter ( HRAI: .) A. J. Thomas 2,On 1'. M. ,o'lock. on A'.......' 4.
"nee the 9 800 "his and legs and Ida Mae Carter to Ronha Carter that A* Clerk ofsshl. .Court 7-24 41 8-14 A. U. I'I4J.! at the County Courthouse
November will as eyes Government saying .
beginning of the now until next serve 20 f Bradford from the In members of the newly orcanlzedWomen' relieve him of many detail duties." July ; County o Florida Mozell In steadily improving and i* iiniiir i us n... nit ">rm. Floilda. why said bonds It'untV.
Deed No. 99 State of li. validated. and con-
bodies should
not
and a few empty lUe Auxiliary Army corps will The Chief Executive however. Internal Is given the best of care. The < <.1 > IV. 1.U.ts.. IN 1114 % %- firmed., and. by stall Onl.tr the ealdI'ourt
the trustees of the Kit ITKuih :
Were aU that remained a"oat leap from their army cots to begina made it clear that Leahy! would not thrqugh 1 letter also gave them instructionsas / l ln vs. John dlil ,(II irr.'t the \' ,."k of said :
,,
destroyer Improvement Fund. to /lnlu : i'I: Court fi make and 'pnMKh' thisnofle l
"'I on Atlantic patrol crowded day of drills, lecture. be supreme commander of the Unit- OvelU Perry of Hampton July to how to send his mall. They No Alfred. 24T.OFU.iKlt. J>efrndarit. Case now therefore, Xrvrll'K .IS f
U-boat. The at their camp at Fort of Amer. In June HMItKMY: IIVK.V: Tl) 'I'II t: TAXftYKIlH -
even say-
Same honors and training ed Nations' forces or received a telegram : ftP l'I'Iii.i'A'I'TtNi'' '

.X the enemy as Am rtJi Des Moines, Iowa. ican forces. Although Mr. Roosevelt 22 98; County State of of Florida Bradford through deed No.the Ing that Mozell was seriounly Injured HTATB VOTICH UK KI.OIUOA TO ..41'1'KAlt.'., John 141'1.:,'I:,A I. AM"TAX ..J1.rTM.W/, ( ;; :; \.

Jh for their own dead. By November 9. America's first did not use the term. It appeared and no other word had been Alfred HudKlnH whose resident la MTMMI--IC: aUF' H K A l> FO ft l>
and
of the Internal Improvement K.Olmthat '
Trustees ( : you.
SStaBMi? were "versed. feminine 0 army of occupation will that the admiral would become received until this letter. His L'nknown. COUNTY.of are hereby! r'n'IrPdto : i
< A. O. Brown and You, to on each you.
Fund to are required appor
Irln! read toe requiem. begin to spread out to 19 forts an assistant commander in many friends are very glad to September; 7th.: 144. In the abovenamed ihow muse. If any you have,. I
U M'sbranisJude.
22 Countyof lloiiorable> II ;
W. L. Lindaey July ; bnfore the
squad tired to relieve naval and military Cnnrt and cause. wh..reln"In
country all
? a salute of throughout the chief ranking hear of his Improvement. above named Court.
of the
Oney.. Bradford deed No. 97 State of Inti" neck* divorce. and r.'storatlon ,
A navy armed forces for active but the President. the County Courthouse intta&lnasvIlt"
bugler sound. men in the officers "t1.1..,. Nam Itradford at '
Florida through the trustees of M oTfCP Teleicraph Khali 1 publish A lac-bun.. County, Florida
combat duty. the Internal Improvement Fundto TO WHOM: I'!' MAY ('osrpn ;: County this, Order In neat four weekly. laVVItnexa at :a lOll I'1; oVI'nk bondshould"n AUKiist -
AIR LEVIATHANS : That John r. Hall will on the 4. 1S42. why said 1'1
Ozell Bright of Lawtey. 24th day of Ausu.t. l!>42, itnplv so's. my hand and fJ'tlclal' not he valldntoil' unit confirmed.llradford .
IICHLIGHTS Aid War Effort to the founty, JuilKv. of HraOfonl seal at Htarke. Klorldu, thin' July I County Telegraph. a
.. In she weeksfleWI I II County Florida, for p.rtnl".lon In 21.t. ''IUt"WI'II'I..U. duly qualified newspaper, of general atstark' -
I I I. bed
1 Giant airplanes shuttling across Cigarettes Stolen ...11 at. prlvato, Hal Hall the anti Intcrrm(llorlaAl \ atMavadrlli I $,.:.AI.) A. J. Thomas 4-lrruliitlon. Klorlda In p salil u. $peial I' 'laxMchdol 0I
Maxine 1U4Ie-14
A Clerk of "h| | Court
*
seas carrying men and In the IHstrtct Nil'in tier nt Bradford I
OON the seven Hall minor In ami I
- : The Chief A. L. Alvarez an- I..n.
British Informa. WASHINGTON: The importance materials for the world's fighting! Police following property Lot 25. 26 27. I County. Florida. "p" herebydslanated t
rvlCt laid that British I fish industry to nounced that the S. R. Johns &: :21. 37 a*, 31! 40 uf Klork >, In r'OHH. Iff.'..11 llll<4K as thH ,;.w p.CII.h..d
w women of the 1100,000,000 fronts will become an increasingly John ('. Hall. I AVIS .:.HTI-f >1.N: r Vrhlch this notice shah.. h.
Of nearly 100 per cent mob11- I! the nation's wartime food supply Important arm of Uncle Sam's ierv- Son store on Washington street 1.:,. 4t S-14 GuardianIV (ylT||>MK\T tiI.i'.l.ENTIIt: KOUHEALTH : on th' foll>,wlna; diitesJuly. in, "
".800.000 of *r \ 114. July 17. I'43. July 24. 44.
Roosevelt last night
robbed Friday
President was --
women between stressed by disclosed by KI.A
STAItKK.
fl was ice of supply it was I July :31. IOU
of 18 and 64. the as he appointed Secretary of Interior Harold L. George commanding between 5.0OO and 10,000 cigarettes ('IllCtir 40IHT, HMtl>l" HIoirv )I I "........ %.. Kin, ..-::0'" H I and IV .VITNEMH WMKRKOF r have.
Gen. .
.500.000 agency Brig. itnt>,- .... rmelvedi '
"' FI.OMIIMI 11..1.! priiposala will lie hereunto. eel mv fun.I, and affixed
j
"aYJre doing full time Harold L. Ickes to be fisheries the air transport forces and $2 or $3 in change. 'V i the li'Mr
prcucUo About 670.. coordinator. Acting under his wartime announced that the army would According to Carl Johns the thief Ju'IIS;;; M M..rrl ",>n, Plnlnllff' V*.. : .*,.n.rs for the C, untr ni llraIfur.I.14st. I. llrndf'ird Countr, .Florida.
.erl who I).f..injnt. Can the ufflce. forI I*. l 1042.
are disabled created at Ulailvn ;\ "jrrI.on.! ii f Florida at thlr 9th day of July A.
e and 5.500.. powers the President rely on commercial airlines to operate entered through a transom No. 20SI.oRLiKit. I the Raid Hoard ,it Cuurt 11.-| A. J. Thomas'

laklnl care of amUie. the co-ordination office for the purpose greatly increased numbers of the front of the store and left UF rrrtt-ifATio.v AND Hlarke.. Klor.da.' Ui. II I I'1 Ps': \ A*. t'lerk of the Circuit court offtr
t'Wr. and assuring It SOTI'-K TO AI'I'KAH tetn war time August 7. 1942. .dfi>rd County.. Florida.
lel'Vinrln the .ux. of "developing '.,flspOf't planes. through the front door locking KTATK OK' KM>KIUA to: for the furnl thIng :
army and navy. sustained production. I behind him. There were no clues. who** realcjonc U Adtl I S

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FOVR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TAKKK, FLORIDA' FIun.\Y .
PA"
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Darby gave for Martlle (Hem Miss Willer Mae Thornton home on North

SOCIETY and CLUBSDouble lUaySimsMarriage I I ingway) Alexander Tuesday aft Weds J. A. McIntyre, Jr. NumberSampson Two Will Cbe"7 1''

A wedding: of wide interest took ernoon Seems every gal present by Mrs. E, S. Matthes be
married an' owned an Infant Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton home
was on North
place May 21 at the Baptist pas-
Walnut
with the sole (single girl) of Starke announce 'the marriageof Number Three 8t
Wedding Baptist Circles Afternoon Party torlum when Miss Nora E. Sims, lI1eeta
I Deyorlo
exception of Marguerite their daughter, Wilier Mae to Hogan Smith 1rI
Of Interest HereOf Met This Week For Mrs. Alexander daughter of J. T. Sims, of who must have stifled a yawn or J. A. McIntyre, Jr., son of Mr. City at bar 'I.:

ence, Ala., became the bride Flor-I I two during the course of the aft- and Mrs. J. A. McIntyre, of Au-
Interest here la the double The regular monthly business I Mrs. Charles Darby and sister,
Mrs J. R. Wainwright, compli- A. May. The Rev. A. E. Light- ernoon Irony of Fate: Dempsey burndale. The ceremony took City Hall
a wedding to be held at the First and program meeting of the Bap- Sapp. clerk for the Rationing place at the Methodist Church at Ground
mented Mrs. Hal Alexander, who foot, pastor of the Baptist
Baptist Church, Sanford August tist W. M. S. was held In the Is here from Board baa moved to town from Lake Butler Tuesday night, July Berry Johns ,
visiting Washington, i
27 when Miss Esther Strange will Church Monday afternoon, July D. C., by entertaining at a Coca- Church, performed the ceremony, New River 'cause he can't get 28, at 8 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Job of placing fresh ovel1ft.

become the brlae of Hal Hunter, 20 at 3 o'clock with 12 members Cola party Tuesday afternoon, at only a few witnesses being pres- tires or gasoline Hear the Drlskel, pastor of the church of- "adding around. ,, 'h.IOU'

of Live Oak and her slater, Miss present. the home of Mrs. Darby. ent. 'H. B. McLendons are mightily ficiating. The ring ceremony of While T. W WetherellotUt 41

. Ruth Strange, will become the The program was directed by. Bowls Mr?. May !la a graduate of the busy movin' into the new home the Methodist Church was used. I lion OmDaytona
and of red
: bride of Dave Spearing, also of r Circle Two Mrs. W. B. Alexander were used for vases decoration In roses the J High School at.RIenzl, Miss., and they jus purchased in Orlando Mrs. McIntyre is a graduate of I Beach who Co.j'. t J;
I' Live Oak. leader and she conducted the Glimpsed, a popular young Bradford High School and for the new nn fe
reception hall living and dining attended Howard College at Birmingham i' station, .
Psalms 20 and : wearln' diamondthirdfinger b.
devotional reading blonde a the past year has been employedas gutter around
The sisters are relatives of I
I Kick- Genesis 42:36 her topic being' roome. The hostesses served Ala. S became to left hand Wonder IfIt's credit manager of Edenfleld that the rain the buii
Mrs. A. E. Ughtfoot, J. F.
't Coca-Colas open-faced sand- Starke March 18 an employeof rolllne
as off
Mlsunderst ood. serious? Understand
"Providence won't
'. t really Jewelry in Starke ruin
liter and Mrs. E. M. Thomas and the
wiches, potato chips, peanuts and the Western Union TelegraphCo. new
" are frequent visitors In Starke Prayer was offered by Mrs. A. E. the Rev. A, E. Llghtfoot Mr McIntyre Is a graduate of ro4IN
mints 111'1 the dining
room. .
, and at Kingsley Lake. Llghtfoot. Mrs.i is get tin' a big kick outta klddln' the Auburndale High School and CIRCUIT (01 RT
Alexander was formerly POUNTY 1ft
ministerial The program was opened by Miss Martlle Mr. May is a son of Mr. and her anyway la assistant ticket agent for the CfSITY, FLOHI1I41 III
The two are and
" young'men Hemmlogway
"I Mrs. A. l!:. May of St. Petersburg Katherine
"Have Thine Own Way" Seaboard at Starke. Andoron
/ students at Stetson Unlm hymn has numbers of friends here who railway \ Jame' Da'III. ',
m versity, Deland, and plan to enter Mrs. W. J. Epperson led in are, glad to see her again. The and received most of his to school-Starke Broward Strickland has severed They have taken one of tbe Case No 2108.Mlch..el Daly b:!,
g Southwestern Theological Seminary prayer. The Theme "Obedience" hostesses, presented to'the honor Ing there. He came relations with the T.-U. and 'is Nollman apartments at Court and ORDER OF FURLIcATIdtSTATI00
June' 30 1941 from West Palm E
,
? was'discimwed by Mrs. 'Alexander; guest bottle in the transportation dept. at Madison streets. : OF' FIARIoAEl.
t Fort Worth Texas, Sept a of Cara Nome toilet Beach to become manager of the now Michael ,
Mrs. Harding, Mrs. Hough, Mrs.L. Daly 010
7. water. Blandlng The T. K. McClanesSr. 1911 Atlantic Mr! Neul
J:;'t H. Jennings. Mrs.' G. A. An Besides the hostesses, Mrs. : local Western Union office. ( .) have moved from G'ville to W. S. C. S. Circles You are required Ave. Brook t. .!"
Mrs. Alvarez and Mr. and Mrs. May have an September 71h.
derson. Ralph ,
Mc. Is In 19i2
Mr.
Lake where
'' : STENOGRAPHERS NOTEPADS Darby and Mrs. Wainwright and City, named Court In ly
,
< others. Prayer was offered by apartment with Mr. and Mrs. Circles of the Woman's and csq
Societyof plaintiff
"i ISo each-BRADFORD the honor Mrs. Alexander the hosp. St. Mark's Episco- eeeke divorce "
Mrs. J. H. Lord. guest W. H. Nollman at Madison and Christian Service of the Methodist of armor Child. anit
I COUNTY TEI.EGRAPH.R I those enjoying this Informal palians are proud as peacocksover Telegraph shall BndroN .
.!lil The offering amounted to S2.41. party were: Mrs. Earl Searlne. Court streets.OutOfTown. their new metal roof church, will meet Monday tn next four we.kly publi.b 1 Iotu IIW
During the business session It Mrs. Sale Who wouldn't be, in these times? i afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Circle "sal Wltne" my hand ant a
Guy Mrs. W. H. Graham at fltarke,
was voted to combine the business -I Jr., Miss Marguerite Deyo- Visitors Hear Marjorie (Stump) I Number One'will be entertainedby 28th, 1942. Florida J,I,Ibl,
and program meetings each rlo, Mrs. Orle Wiggins, Mrs. E. Guests At Luncheon Thomson is off to Salt Lake City Mrs. I. P. Shepherd at her 7-31 As Clerk 4t 8-21 of aald ('out'
(
month instead of holding them on L. Matthews Mrs. James Hol-! after a stay in Calif. Bob COFnCIAt.

the third and fourth Mondays, respectively llngsworth, and Mrs. James Den- Misses Gayle and Virginia Sew- Satterfield writes from Aahvllle, Try Our Warm
as heretofore. Here- nis ell gave a lovely one o'clock N. C., that he won't be comln' Weather Special

after, the combined meetings will luncheon Wednesday,, at the homeof back to Starke Understand
be held on the third Monday In CrosbyAlstonMrs. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson (Lt.) Hayes (Ft. Brady, COLD PLATE LUNCHIT'S
each month. W. B. Sewell. on North WalnutSt. Mich.) is flndln' it hard to get

Upon recommendation of the Vera Alston of Lake Butler The luncheon was In honorof used to wearln' heavy clothes in A TREAT 'YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO
Executive Board, Mrs. Ode Wiggins announces the marriage of her Miss Jackie Wedgeworth of August, because of the cold IISi
was named Chairman of the daughter, Iris, to William Crosby Tuscaloosa; Ala., who Is visiting All he has to look forward to is
French Danish Red Cross work which the SoCarpenter's son of Mr. and Mrs. Tate Crosbyof Mrs L. H. McKinnon at Kingsley a winter averaging IS to 20 degrees -

R Starke, on Saturday evening, Lake; Miss Dorothy Ann Steel of BELOW zero .
and American July 18, in Lake City. The cere- Gainesville, who Is visiting Mrs. K & M CAFE
GET 7NFSPEEDY mony was performed by Judge Guy Sale; Miss Gloria Johns of Dennis Murphy (the Miami to

Pastries G. A. Buie. Jacksonville who is visiting her Illinois, bicyclist) pedalled away .Corner of Walnut and Madison
SURERELIEFFORACD The bride was becomingly grandparents', Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Monday after enjoying a taste

Fresh Daily From dressed In a navy and white en- Griffin; Miss Mary Ann Watsonof of real Southern hospitality for

/ semble with matching accesso: Griffin, Ga., who is visiting the past two weeks .. Seems
10 A. M. Till 9P.Pd. 1k INDICES TlOJ rial' Her corsage was of white' Mr L. D. VIning; and :Miss that Dennis broke an axle and

Except Sunday dahlias and tuberoses.Mr. Verna Jean Griffin of Jacksonville stopped here to have his bike
and Mrs. Crosby are mak- who is visiting Mrs. E. L. (one of the new Victory models)

t \ ing their home in Starke, where Biggs. I repaired The necessary parts Gift--
SABINE'SBAKERY :
I l Mr Crosby is employed at Camp The luncheon table was covered. were not available so the V. S.
Blandlng.. with a lace cloth and centered, by' (Eastern Auto Store) St. Johns

a bowl of summer flowers of various put him up for a couple of weeks,
ciety is to do each week in the colors. In the afternoon the awaiting their arrival Larry OUR STORE IS PACKED WITH
M; 312 W. Call St. StoreTHELMA'S Red Cross Sewing room under the. guests gathered on the screened Hamiter vows he wore aleather, GIFTS SUITABLE FOR ALL
OC--
Drug
p r general supervision of the sewing front porch and! played various jacket while on his recent Pennsylvania CASIONS.

.._--- .. -, room supervisor. games. vacation Russell WHAT'S MORE WE WILL WRAP
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I '"' Daniel (ex-Starkeite now studyln'
for Episcopal ministry) is subbin' THEM IN BEAUTIFUL GIFT I

! ( PLACE during the summer at St. An- WRAPPING READY TO MAIL

Carolyn CallstreetMilitary drews Church, Ft. Pierce IF IT IS FOR SOMEONE IN

DANCING EACH EVENING Ernest (Bird) Byrd courthouse STARKE WE WILL DELIVER IT

: Till 12 O'clock .. janitor; got more'n his money's FOR YOU
worth at the barber shop tother
Expwe'The ]behind the counter at Priests .
1'1 : BEER ON TAP General: Buck privates are Alice (Fernandez) Lansing hereon I day and emerged with his annual WE ALSO CARRY A FINE LINE

i CLEAN FUN GOOD FOOD the lucky guys. a visit from Texas Bill summer "baldy" OF GREETING CARDS
'\ They get the girls with laugh- Sapp an' Will Burney ridln' down: w
' Hear Aunt Vida
, EVERYBODY WELCOME Morgan pitcheda
Ing eyes. Call In a Gay Nineties. hack, complete
The Colonel: The General is the real party Monday night 10 till
with
t .
fringe
;. 2 Blocks N. of Courthouse On Temple Ave. cranky chump the taxi of tomorrow!''. May. Lois be 12 Business beln' dull, she '

Operated fly Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lightsey and Son Who keeps the Colonels on the (Denmark) Thomas visltln the locked the front doors of her .Carpe ter 6

..... ... .. ..... .. magazine emporium, cleared the
-- --- -'......-.y, jump., home folks Jean Darby in'
The Major: I "yes" .the colonel one of those snazzy blue uniforms floor an' turned things over to

night and dayThat's the feminine Blandlngltea a rwearin' e Thomas attractive anda young flock niece of Suegene fellow- TILE'3t' _s!& DRUG STORE
'a why I get amajor's pay. now Abe Sura sky
FREE ESTIMATES ON The captain: I tread a rough and doln a little odd work In Sternberg's jitterbugs vf Understand the
thorny path rug-cuttin' was so fast an' furious ----,- _, --
before 1 e a v 1 n' for the
Painting & Interior Decorating To dodge the Major's stormy Army that two floor boards had to
wrath be replaced the next day * r
The Shavetail Margie Middleton an' Chester Mc-
: Forgive what
-01:10 oWE seems a chronic sneer. WImberly Hear Nina an' Bobble Bishop Cameron Freddie Kinney set the pace while othersenjoyin' YOUR TRAVEL MONEY IS SAFE ALWAYS

EMPLOY ONLY THE BEST PAINTERS I'm Jeer.just the guy buck privates made quite a haul on their house Pearce, Betty the frolic Turner were Richard Wanda e when cried in !dxotad( /

IN TilE SOUTH. TillS ASSURES YOU AN The 1st Sergeant: Behold a vic- Aid to-house Center canvass. One for of their the First most Ray, Raymond Hall Ralph Alvarez American Eipnti

OUTSTANDING PAINT JOB. ASK ANY OF tim of sad fate- prized trophies Jerome Johns, Bobble Turner >
OUR MANY STARKE CUSTOMERS The critter all the fellows hate. nette"-or. as Scootie waa Duke a "combi-listed Steve St. John and A. L. Travelers Chiq

The Buck Private: in Uncle SamI It In the annals: 1 bucket, under Dyal Aunt Vida served Spendable everywhere ups P j
Starke Phone 125WQUITMAN cookies and cold drinks' and the signature identification.COM
put my trust. bed
variety, complete with lid rrtim
t until used. A prompt
fun
I'm on way-Berlin bust! continued unabated till the
my or Glad to hear that Paul Bridges la stolen Dtnollll-
--O=OC The Bugler:' I don't 'mind names back from' the r hosp., recoverln'( jock organ got so, full of nlcklesIt if lions lost, or$10, $200 d

and nasty raps nicely, and he and Lily are clogged up and wouldn't play $100. Cost nominal.It .for I ak
WILSON If I can sound my'' taps for pleasantly settled in their beau any more '. Ah youth! this bank

Japf.JUM tiful new brick home Nice to What wouldn't I give for. bit
of your energy these torrid summer -
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA' see John Keene back from the
days! There
Canal Zone, bubblin' may not be
a little poem that's going over with
1555 Onadaga St. Phone 718JXSTARKE the rounds among the boys at fntet'eetin' stories 'Sa girl for 'any on a romance front to a rock In chair * * * R -L
Hallle an' Flo Jones porch but that com
Blanding folks Thought you Con
might want to save it for your grats! Frances Powell, Bar bination. looks powerful good to
I bara Keen an'' me Says your lassltudtnal( ) !
scrap book Reported to me Rebecca Simpson
by one of our newest donationsto I are wra slln' with the red bugsat 11 I l --Carolyn. 1. Florida Bank At Stan

Uncle Sam Quite a large camp this week (
quota It was that went from hereto I JWARBOHD Member Federal' P"P"PI'' 1nn

Blanding las' week Included Und r"tan' Tommy Long will MARTIN FISH FIN Coi. 'poratio' .
: have his tonsils out National( dr.
such luminosities as Ralph Friday Member Florida
Nettles Lucian Conner Robert : Seems Myrwln called Myrtlce PROPELLORLATEST

Jackson! an' Stanley NoegelIncidentally from Ft. Benning Wednesday to
bet we'd win the wara find out if It was all right by AS A PATROnC! SERVICE

FLA lot quicker If all the boys her That's twin sister devotion -
entered Into the spirit of the for you Incidentally, -----------,-------

SEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY' thing like Ralph has Says hear the glazed carrots the Rotarians TilING OUT
AUGUST 2
be loves it And I really devoured with such gusto
believe he does Wednesday wen L,prepared accord. FOR BOAT PADDLING
Sun., Mon., Tues.-Aug. 2, 3, 4 e. ing to one of ilyrwln'a' favorite Notice
recipes Dink: Hart la
"Private Buckaroo"With Jut got word that Ruth Simpson fill power
Is worrle(1heae 4ays With r _f __ m fJ* *'-
Harry James & His Music Makers way up in Conn helpin all that fine new- Duncan Phyfe
make bullets for the boys furniture
The Andrews Sisters In ftw domicile
he's The
Make an extra Fisherman's Friend
-ALSO MARCH OF big one and put wonderin where to OF
TIME AND LATEST NEWS- put his' com-
Hitler's DUE RATIONING
name on It for me, Ruth fortable ole leather chair TO THE
Heat .
doesn't
seem to
Wed., Thurs. Aug. 5. 6-BIG DOUBLE FEATURE the bowling at Blandlng hamper Center Hear got off Charlie to Chicago(Rev.) Allen after finally beln' GASOLINE AND TIRES AND

No. J-"After Mein Kampf these summer evenings Hear thrown a bit off schedule
by the
Lois of
( Leila's) made SEE
Nazi Horrors, Nazi Fiends' EXPOSED! of 173 one night a score arrival of a sonanhelr Errant GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
recently-In thought: Jim
Ed
No. 2-"Butch Minds The Baby"With bowled three games his first! .the. Juntas Smith to be growln' faster Cottrell than the seems national L. M. GAINESFOR WE WILL BE UNABLETO

Virginia Bruce, Brod Crawford Dick Foran other night debt .
and liked it fine Nat Stern- ONE
ALSO NEWS -
berg manages to run 'up" a .good Hear the conversation FREE MAKE MORE THAN
score though he "still maintains might
Fri., Sat-Aug 7, ft DOUBLE FEATURE that golf: is the only REAL game have Babies"been at entitled.the Coca"Babies Cola Just DEMONSTRATIONDPP01d DELIVERY' A DAY TO EACH

Times mua' not be so party
No..l-"A Gentleman At Heart"With bad when awful Katie Wainwright an' Virginia
a certain
young lady of CUSTOMER.WE

No.Cesar 2-"Rodeo Romero, Rhythm"With Carol Landis i the dred Gem dollar Jewelry ring, can jus'sell like a that bun-! I;x",." ....1, eu.IJi711..aMN'' 1, ,,, I".:_...?......'''00........'..''YMWN' ,,\11I.......,.......,".."....."_.....,._"......"......'.".."."..00.........',,,,,.."'.""''''''.'''IW" .

Fred Rumors keep perslstin' that WILL GREATLY APPRECI'
Scott the
Singing Buckaroo Alton Gay Is prospectln' for I
an- )1JD1S
ALSO CARTOON AND SERIAL other job since the abstract bU- COOPERATION-

ness Is gettln mere abstract ATE YOUR

MIDNIGHT SHOW, SAT.. AUG. S, 11:30 P. M. every day .
Edgar Allen Poe'a S3H D: X V Al 3NI.J

"The Mystery Of Marie Roget" Spouol an' Jotted: Charlie Ii A. M. DARBY'SJohn

Starring- ALSO Marie SELECTED Mor.tea and SHORTS Patric Knowles_ furlough(Marine Gllpln's.Corps' Margaret') Fender an here* Georgia on- fait': erne fl tu a Pi


I skirts A faahlonably sight for any flowered eyes-- j M. & Chas. A. Darby

sore or otherwise Smiling

Gloria Buford greet In' customers -.rasea,...rnneaw.e, ........-'e"an.oe. ,."..,.. .........,..... ,...--... ...... ..-... ,- ...........j ,Phone 77 Starke, Florid

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,t". JI"LY 81, I)4Z! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKK. FLORIDA
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:BITS of LOCAL NEWS Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns' approved The Hoard of I.'V ,
r I Iend approvedthe eligibility certain recipients of riHCflT rot HT HMIDFOHIIoi
have moved out to their Kings, action of the Chairman and commodities. <' vrv, pi.uHiuti I'M tut-
ley Lake place and expect to the Clerk In l'FN; : Y.Leonard, j
advertising noticeto However the federal Agricultural A. stray. Plaintiff, v*. '
T. L. Hamiter :Miss Aline Lanier spent the I spend several weeks there.H bidders for equipment for Marketing Administration will holly Woods Gray P..f.ml.iil Casa
Nn.
County JIOHOltDKH
bars Agent L. T. Dyer is '
H. Stroman
went to Lake Health
from -a 10-day week-end in Valdosta Ga., with much Center said bids to be continue to furnish Florida with OF" PI'Ft MO1 AT ION AND
improved
returned Lake, relatives. after suffering I City Monday: and entered the submitted to the Board of Co. commodities !In sufficient NOTICK TO A PI'I;An
Conneaut for quantity -
at a week with an Infected foot. 8TATW OK PtXJIllDA. tw: Dolly
Veterans for I
D spent? Hamlter's parents. Ivan E. Sponholtz of Jacksonville Enroute to and from Hospital X-rays and Commissioners on or before August to relieve need woods tray whose residence In Un
IIIrs other treatment. 7 known
tit TheIeter JaCkson-j at 10 A. M.
business
was a visitor
R J, Stickler. here ville recently, Charles You arc rr< appear nn
Mm M. C. Stith of
d Mrs' went Tuesday afternoon. Washing The Board of Co. Commis NK\V: BANK CH.UIOKS: N.ptrnher Till.."I:413,In th. above
\! never whIle Friends Sebring spent the night with his ton, D. C., and Hugh Brownlee, sioners recessed nnmfil Court anil. ..u.., wl .r..lniilrtlmlff
as 50 of Mr. and Mrs. R. :M. and the Bradford .
low sister Mrs. Sam er k* dlvorr Flrailford
opped as Anderson and Jr., of New Orleans, La., are here Editor Coleman Rogers of "The
Hardee of Sebring will be Inter- had County Board of Equalizersmet County Trlntmph hull thin
ere there. lunch with his father-in-law, because of the serious Illness of Florida Ice! ." official I publicationof onlxr In next four "' f"bJl..h *.
1 ested to know that they are an- J. B. and organized by electing W. .. :.nl.r :
T. Oakley re- Rowe. II the Wltn* my hand officialfnl
M. Florida
their mothers, Mrs. H. L. I Ice
Brown- Manufacturers
and| Mrs. M. Edwards. I ....
10ddlng nouncing the arrival of a son, Mr. as chairman. No interested at Hlarku, )o.'or.' thin July
-
a and :Mrs.
Tuesday night after L. D. Green and lee, who Is in St. Luke's Hospital Association presents In his current 29th, IMS. A. J. Thnmaa ,
born July 14. Mrs. Hardee. be- daughter Elise party appeared In response A. Clerk said
trip t 0 Daytona and Miss Jewell in Jacksonville. Issue the following amusing /dl court.
:Mon- fore her marriage, was :Miss Enza Reddish to the announcement by 1-M 41 OFFICIAL SEAL!: ) i
married made a week-end 1,1
visit of
were Richard H. English went Satur- summary alleged "ImportantNew ii
TheY the chairman
Weaver that the '
of the State Farm. to Board was :
Wednesday Sgt. Oakleya the Greens' son, Inznan D. day for treatment in the Veterans Banking Fee Regulations": 11 runner ; <)! HT. ni tnpoH
d Mra. Tommy Lane and i In session for the purpose of <-ni'%T%, .. .
daughter Green : .0Htu' IN
telegram Informing who Is in the :Marine Hospital in Lake City. 1. Entering bank: Front door i ( nCKHV. \*- .
vThin promotion from s rL Mary Beth, who have been Corps at Parris Island S. C. :Miss Gloria Johns of Jacksonville hearing complaints and receiving $50; Buck door 25c. Rudolph Randall, Plaintiff v..
guests of Mrs. Lane's mother Miss testimony as to the value of anyproperty Vloreni-e. Haiulall. Defendant COM
staff aergeant. They are Lucile Flnlayson of Lees- Is the guest of her grandparents real 2. Spitting: on floor: Plain, 5c; No. 5507.oltlnll. J.!
Mrs. Bertha Pearce or personal, as fixed
Mrs. Oakley's grand for several I burg has been the guest of :Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Tobacco, lOc. OP PttBLICATtON AND !
weeks, will leave the first of the and Mrs. by the County Assessor of NOTICK TO APPUAIl;
Broward 3.
1Mr. White.
W. Strickland for Asking for balance
J. : $1.00.
.. week for i taxes. After careful examination 8TATM OK FT.omilA to: Flor- I I
their home
In
'.wntatlve George; Inman Birming the past week. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd and consideration the 4. Arguing about balance: In enon Randall, whuee residence I la
ham Ala. said 1942 Unknown.
D for the past two months Mrs.: N. Sternberg and Mrs. J. have returned to their home In tax roll values a. submitted civil manner SOc. In quarrelsome You are: required to appear. on :
I defense work In thee Mr. and ,Mrs. R. A. Newsome W. Andrews are spending this Griffin Ga., after a vacation visit the County Assessor by manner. $1.00. Second time, September 71 h., 1942 In the above

U at Jacksonville. He spent Friday in Jacksonville.L. week In New York, where the here with his parents, Mr. andMrs. were duly accepted by the of Board.taxes U.:O; Thud time, $3.00. I I named plaintiff Court eeekii and Olvorre.ratine, Bradford wherein f

e, week-ends at home in J. Green was a business former 18 buying fall merchandise I. P. Shepherd 6. Speaking out of turn: To County Order Telesrauh shall pubtleh Ihl.

\ visitor to Gainesville Monday. for Sternberg's Store Before Mrs. William Norris is in Ports President $1.00; to cashier, 50c; I Wltnena In next my four hand weekly and le omrlul ueM. 1 '<

f.nd Mrs. W. E. Thornton Miss Dot Oahlar spent the going to New York, they visited mouth, Va., visiting her son, USO Programs To any vice president" no charge.! ,' seta 271 h.! at 1042.Mlarke, Florida, title. July
.
week from Tampa, week-end with friends in St. Au- Mrs. Sternberg's son-In-law and Bruce Dodd. 'Set For Week 6. Leaning on teller's window: : An, Clerk of ald court.A. J. Tho" "

d i last visited :Mr. and :Mrs. gustine. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack N. T. Bitch made a. brief visit One elbow, SOc; Both elbows, I 17.71 4t tl-31 tOVriCIAL. Slu'Al.

Aomas.!heY and Plant City, Mrs. W. F. Barefoot of Sanderson Scanlan. in Marlon, 111. here )last week, to .nee bit mother Inaugurating their Joint schedule 100. !''I'V

were guests of Mr. spent Wednesday morning Beautiful cleaning, Beautiful Mrs. Carrie Rltch. He is em- of summer programs, the four T, Requesting r eduction of e-Ine'11'r rot sir ass ''''''onu
I \they Dennison.and here with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Tailoring at the Starke-Blanding ployed by the Southeastern PipeLine USO Clubs now operating In interest rate on loan; In hopeless I Pou''r t'RN 1'. l'. Fi.oHiitti i% tn tA- I

i,. Ben Lester Sponholtz Barefoot and Mrs. S. A. Barefoot. Tailor! Opposite Park Theutre. Co., and' hall recently been Starke have announced the following manner SOc; In persistent manner Itavmoml Henrietta, :J. PrhmUlt Plaintiff v*. r I

Gene, have returned Miss Frances Opperman spent Mr. and Mrs. Broward Strick promoted and transferred to outline for the week beginning $3 OO. ] Cn. duller No.' :ItO.t:Hchnil.lt, l>efenilnnt -
?, where they havethe Thursday afternoon in Jackson land were In Gainesville on ousl- Macon, Ga. Saturday: 8. Telling joke to official or! OIUJKIt OF* 'I'tlltMCATlOV AND
!
Miami, NOTICR
three months. ville. ness Saturday afternoon. Mrs. E. W. Griffin and daughter. Sat.. Aug. 1--Dance, Starke employee: An original, SOc; Second ''I i HTATW< OK FTAitIDAtyto H'I : Hen.
pant Mrs. Lou Godwin hilt returned Franklin T. Harrison enlisted in Miss Vera hand $3.00. I rlettu duller Nvhnililt whim. reel-
,
| Dorothy Ellen Steele of ,Jean are guests armory 8:30: p. m. Orchestrafrom i dente le It-Ill N. Uth $ ,
lille i Is enjoying a visit from a visit with relatives in the Marine Corps on July 23, and of their cousin, Mrs. Ethel M. Camp Blanding. D. Keeping" : rendezvous In lobby: Tenneylvunla. t. 1'1111,101..10I.hlll

;; her uncle and aunt, Tifton, Ga. left immediately for Parris Island Biggs. Sunday Aug. 2-Movie, "Block- With brunette SOc; with redheail, eitemlier You are 7lh.required, 104 to nnpenr I on
lth J. B. Sap. Mrs. Randolph Boree of Jack- S. C., for his "boot" train- Mrs. W. S. Stroman returned ade", featuring Madeleine Carroll, 79c; with blonde (If willing to !introduce ,",,,,.,, Court and !eatiee In ,I lie herein above
d I Mrs. t
Betty Darby and Mar- sonville spent several days here ing. Monday from Jacksonville where Henry Fonda and Leo Curlllo. ), no charge; with wife, County,plaintiff Telegraph Meekv. "llvorc-e.ahnll publleh iraitrnnl '

[vena a of Lake City will be this week with Mr. and Mrs. G. Miss Lucile Mitchell returnedthe she spent two weeks with her soninlaw USO Club No. 1, 3 p. m. sympathetic glance from officers Unler In next, four weekly: Sects Ihla,.. i

k-end guests of :Miss Sarayour H. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. first of the week from a and daughter, Mr.: and 5:30: p. m.-Garden party Re- and employees era Wllnee! ill Niaike my, Imml Florida. anil, thin ofriclnl July '
Stanley Bennett. visit In Gainesville with Mr. and Mrs James Godbold. freshments. USO Club I No. 4 10: Keeping President or vice 111 h. IM3. A. J. Thom

t. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Mrs.J. Mrs. Hamilton Ritch. Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned (YWCA). president from golf game: lIDO 00. 7-31 AN Clerk'4t .-of unlil(lr; b.I.i&/ .\'.) !f

W. Brownlee spent Tuesday in Allan Roth, who has been in last week to her home In St. Au- 8:00: p. m.-Ping pong exhibi iv cinn.IT fOOt sea HK iiiroiin 1
Jacksonville. Starke for the past year or more gustine, and Mrs. W. J. Griffinto tion. NCCS. (0' %'r", e'LONIUI IN /lltr- I'V ('inrirr tosser. nn titroiin I'
Miss Isabel Thomson her home in Jacksonville 9:00 fKIIV.:: C'OI'\o'I'. \, .'..UII... l( IM, toth-1t
has Movie .
as aftera
re- proprietor of the Hi-Hat, left : p. "Blockade". nnnt nlt'n Mllrrl.' Plnllltlrr.' V*. Al- F:111: .
turned to her home in Monticello Tuesday to engage In "special visit here with Mrs. Ethel M. YWCA. foimlnii Zerlmnlii. Marrl, refenIalt. Emily fender, plulntlff. v*. Wll.
after Ca.e Nn. II07.Oltl I II Him II Pemler l>ef..ndant. (.......
spending several months Government work. He will be Biggs. Monday, Aug. Informal classical >Kll PPIIMCATION ANt
here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. gone for four or five months, and Mrs H. H. Young returned records", concert Club No. 1, NOTH-B T l AM'HAU: NI''m2: glOF' Pltni.ir-ATlOV ANn J!i

J A. F. Sauls. While here she I during his absence his brother-in- Friday from Jacksonville, where 8:30: p. m.Tuesday. STATK Xerlmnln OK KUHtlllA Maori, (Miuiiiefi'dmll. to: A If onHlim 1.- STATK NOTICH OK F9J1111IA TO APPRAK 1 1 InVII.: .f

was employed at Camp Blanding. : law ,A. Berger, of Miami, will she visited her daughter, Mrs. Aug 4 Movie shorts iry rruvlnre ot. Italy.nt Uritmla Oulitlirlit, t'oiirj- 'Ham Mount'' l Ii.Vlrsrlnla.Pemler whose r..1.. nce ,U : /t'/I'

Capt. and Mrs. E. R. Smyth have charge of the business. Carl Floreua. and bingo party Club No 1, 8:30: You are required to nn pear nn You ar. required to nppenr, nn \
have returned to Columbia. S. C., Charles Parl er, manager of the The Rev. Charles H. Allen is p. m. Heptemher Till., 15541 In the above Hi'iitember Tin, ID48 In the. ahoy 1 1''

after a visit here with Mrs. P. S. Stores, Inc., returned Sun- spending ten days in Chicago, Wednesday Aug. 5-Dance the lihilntlff mimed Court eeeke and llvnr vault>.. Bradford wherein named plaintiff, Court a..ks and divorce cauee, fi''uUord wherein'

Bertha Pearce. They were ac- day from a week's visit at Col- where he attended a reunion of "country" way. Fiddlers and cal- County" ;TeleKrsph elmll iiubllnh: : this County ;Telecraph: )' thle
Order In next four weekly l.. Order In,, sleet four weedy l;: : j
companied home by Mrs. L. W. umbus, Ga. Mrs. Parlaer left the Presbyterian Seminary.Miss lers. Club No. 1, 8:30: p. m. Wit,i.,... tny hHml. anil rifflrlMl uee. WII...... my hum and lexiea.official ,
Kemper who will spend a few Monday for a month's visit with Nettle Dowling went to Thursday, Aug. ft--X3et Acquainted ..enl nt "''ark.., "nrldll, thIN Julv neat at Stalk, Florida, till July I ,
weeks with them and with Lt. relatives in New York City. Jacksonville Tuesday and will Party. Camp Blanding and 2 An th.(,I..rk 1042."f milil ....lIrl.A. J. Thomu* AN 371 h.9n.Clerk of. sold court.A. J. Thnnute

eamine and :Mra Jack Williams Mm Cora Brooks of Inverness spend several weeks with her Southern Bell Telephone opera 7.31 tt U-21 IUP''U'UJ4 IIEA[.) 7-31 4t I'll (OFFICIAL.. Hr.",.) ,
I
:Mrs. E. C. Morris and daugh- Is visiting her brother and sister- aunt Mrs. James Godbold. I tors. YWCA 8 p. m. -rsr'SOLSGSOBOtStSrSiSa'SGt1CLSCCrSCSOC7C3G5COC------------- -- --- -----------LICICC3

ters, Ernestine and Karan Sue of in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T Frank Mrs. Charles H. Allen and lit 8:30: p. m.-Dance. Army band. I i. ,
InsuranceSEE Everglades, were the guests last Landrum. tle son, John David, are expected Starke armory. QUICK SERVICE AND SATISFACTION

Thursday and Friday of Mr and I Congressman Lex Green's sec to return home tomorrow from 8:30: p. m.-Hobby Night. Clay

Mrs. E. J. Dowling. I retary Miss Arline :Mann, arrived the Alachua County Hospital, in modeling, leather work. YWCA. IS OUR MOTTO
Have your old phonograph record Iin! Starke last Saturday and will Gainesville. Mrs. C. H. Allen of 8:30: p. m.-Bridge Party, sponsored -
West Palm Beach Is by Junior Woman'
ready at S o'clock Wednesday spending Club.
remain here for quite ,awhile 1 In } .
afternoon to give for Uncle his new office on Court street. several weeks at the home of her Club No. I, Short Orders, Sandwiches, Cold Drinks

arley E. Johns 'Sam's fighting meal! If you are Mrs. H. E. Alexander and son son and daughUr-in-law. Rev. an dReview And Delicious Home Made Pies ,
not seen, bring them to the Wayne, will return today to their :Mrs. Allen, on North Cherry St. Of Work \ :
Agency : Mrs. F. A. Scott :Mrs. S. C. ,
Bradford County Telegraph.
home in! Alexandria, Va., after a
lRKE, FLORIDA :Mrs. Alford Gunn, of East St. visit here with :Mrs. Alexander's Carnell and sons, Corbin and By Welfare Board I
19 Kant Call Street Louis Ill. who has been in Starke Gene, were in Hampton Tuesdayvisiting A&A Luncheonette I
parents, Mr. and :Mrs. F. G. Hem- During the six-month period, :
bone Mrs. o 11''s brother, U : '
IS since June, and has been secre Ingway.Mr. S4c ,
:. : Leaston Wynn. September, 1941-March, 1942, the \
sarrwnttna tary to Attorney T. Frank Lan- and !ors. O. L. Llnirin re State Welfare Board, through Its t a
W
B.
Mundy went to St. Vincent's
drum is leaving tonight to Join
E turned :Monday from a week's vacation Surplus Commodity Division, distributed I
TRAVELERS
Hartford Hospital, Jack sonvllle,
her husband Tech. Sgt. Gunn at spent on the St. 'Johns commoditiesof
agricultural
I I I Florence, S. C. River near Palatka. Tuesday affection.Mr. morning with a throat I a retail value of $15.824.89 in "WHY GO FISHING ? 1(

Mrs. D. A. :Monteith and chit Bradford
County, according to an
and Mrs. V. E. Howard are :
dren, Joe and Margaret, and Mrs. announcement by Mrs. W. L. Andrews GO TO NEWSOME'S MARKET"Fresh
visiting their daughters at Pin-
DR. LEMUEL COLSON DENTIST W. H. Graham and IOn, Hank, member of the District 6
etta and at Qultman, Ga.
,
will leave Sunday for a month's Welfare Board.Benefltted )
Water and Salt Water Fish Shrimp etc.
129 East Call Streetrs vacation at Daytona Beach. were 669 children In ,

Mr. and Mrs.' G. L. Patten and Special Meeting 17 schools participating In the Fresh' .Meats, Live and Dressed Poultry I ,

9 A. M. to 7' P. M. Evenings By Appointment son George, returned Tuesday to Of Commissioners School Lunch Program and 648 Fruits and VegetablesNEWSOME'S I .
their home in Tallahassee after families of 2,748 persons from

spending several weeks. at Kings- At the special adjourned session low-income groups whose eligibility MARKET

ley Lake with :Mrs. Patten's of the Board of County Commissioners had been certified by district

GUY'S, MARKET mother, Mrs. E. E. Canova. Friday, July 24, the welfare staff
1-2 Block N. of Union Run Station Jax Road
I on
Beautiful Cleaning, Beautiful In addition the State Welfare
Phone chairman, W. :M. Edwards, an
Deliver
159 We Tailoring at the Starke-Blanding nounced that the meeting was i I I Board distributed clothing madeIn

215 S. Walnut St. Starke, Florida Tailors Opposite Park Theatre. held "primarily ..for the purpose WPA sewing rooms of a re-

GROCERIES Mrs. B. Jacobs spent the week of equalizing the 1942 tax roll, tall value of 373.94 to Bradford '

MEATS ---- end at Jacksonville Beach. but that there were a few other clients. BLANDING CENTER INC. Ji'

I Smoked 1b Small S for Harry Kaufman, of Ann &: matters to come up for consider "Great benefits resulted froman ,

Harry's returned last week froma ation." ,.,i Improved nutrition standard
ICON 25c 'j'Dancing
25c CIIIPSO two weeks' rest and vacationIn :Mrs. Edward Bums, Executive among those who are not able to BAR GRILL AND PATIO

Salt n All New York, Atlantic City another d Secretary of the Red Cross, requested provide their full needs," Mr.. ,

ICON 20c<< BREAD & ROLLS lOcI points east. the room in the County Andrews commented. "A better and Entertainment

Harmon Morgan who has operated Courthouse now occupied by the balanced diet means better health Nightly Until One O'clock
Cream' 1b Small 6 for J. P. Robert's Texaco service Health Unit, as soon an It moves and better morale In the case J

EESE 28c<< :MILK 25c station and auto parts place Into the new Health Center of children attending school, ed- Recreation Amusement Fun
for the past 18 months, left last building. It was reported however ucators have stated that a good

week to accept a position at that the Farm Security Ad noonday meal has resulted In JEROME C. HUGHES Operator '
,
BlandIng.A mental and moral well as
Camp ministration wan planning to use as
NAT SEZ: A. Annie, who has been 111 1 the space, and after worn discussion I physical Improvement." .

,,4D in St. Luke's Hospital, Jacksonville the matter was laid over The State Welfare Board U
I MM by the papers that the! client II for the past two weeks, returned for further consideration. |I I mindful of economic conditions*

(I( spies. who were smuggled into to his home in Lawtey Notary Public bond for Louis, :' and the effect on the. labor market TYPEWRITERSADDING

this country are still being tried I Thursday of last week very H. Hill !In the amount of produced by the war effort,
7 k have now decided much Improved. executed by W. H. Edwards$500'j,: and Is reviewing the present cane MACHINES
and that they Mr. and Mrs. Elrldge Tomlln- and R. R. Thede, as sureties, was] load to determine the continued
to ak the Supreme Court to rule I son of Jacksonville were dinner
I
whether they nhould be tried by 'guests Wednesday evening of Mr. Repairs Service I
civil or military authorities Can and Mrs. O. W. White.
It would Mrs. W., E. :Middleton, Miss All MakesE.
Imagine how long
you Madge :Middleton, Mrs. E. L. Mat-
take Hitler to decide what he wa thews and little daughter Mary
going to do with a spy that was OFF
Agnes, were visitors In Jacksonville 1-3
caught In Germany. Wednesday. L. "BERT" REAMES

Mrs. O. W. White and Miss SALES AGENCY

KEEP COOL VERY SHEERDRESSES Carol White spent Tuesday in 319! W. University Ave. Gainesville

ENS SPORT Jacksonville.Miss .
Garnlta Hutto left Wed-

SHIRTS nesday afternoon for Columbia, S. ... .. i ir

large Just what you need now C., where she will visit her sister, On All
selection ,Miss Carolyn Hutto. While away, ;; )

1.25 to $2.95 $1.98 up she will also visit other relativesin lam 1CU4 ? f t tq.tiwJ

the Carolina. Miss Carolyn
Hutto returned home Sunday after A P $ a4.dd !
VERICOOLNHA1TAN
spending a 15: -day vacation STRAW HATS

PAINFUL with her father and mother Mr. I .
We suggest the exclusive
and :Mrs. L. S.'Hutto. l .
er Pajamas Mrs. L. S. Hutto spent Thursday .v. Thermlque hejterless meth. !

$2.50MENS FEET _"N and her daughters Friday in, Mrs.Jacksonvillewith M. C. SPORT SHOES od available to you in our shop. I!

Welles and Mrs. Tillman Hutto. I You will be delighted with the I

: & BOYS No foot matter trouble what may your be -. Miss Elizabeth Joiner and Miss I lasting Duality-its lustre and beauty.Ih1llMflQU ,
Frances Peek spent Sunday in
C K SUITS tir'edlIChi feet weak ...r
2 arch theum.tie-like (.lint Daytona Beach. SPORT SHIRTS
,98 to $7.95 foot and leg paint, Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard D. Law
menu: or callouae*-Dr. Iaolalt and Mrs. H. L. Hough were visitors [ I II
Scholl has developed a to DeLand and Gainesville
dentine relief for it.
RpST We specialize in Dr. last Friday. I
SehoU's Foot Comfort Mre. H. L. Hough, :Mr. and Mrs.

1 .50 Remedies and Appliance, If your feet. B. D. Law, and Mrs. Jesse Johnson J. M. AlvarezPhone .1.1Sla'

hurt come in for a Free DemtoaLtr.tnxl.Sternberg's Tuesday.were visitors to Jacksonville Starte ea(4f S/'oppe


Kaspar Duncan returned last 42 Est. 1894

week from Stockton Ala., where e. Florida :
[ he visited Mr. and Mrs. J(. },Ic- ,

Millon. ,I Irl

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PAGE SIX BRADFORD" COUNTY TELEGRAPH BT......... FLORIDAFARMERS' : FRID.% ,n tpGRARA

or go to Jail. That's one way of,
should be treated only on warm NewsBy getting results-not the Americanway.
River
II SECTIONRURAL days and early enough to allow I New Your government ask a Dy 1\11'1I. L. C. ."
them to dry before night. 8
___ __ your, cooperation. Mr.
and
Chicken ticks or "blue bugs"are Mrs
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stratlon work with, this Nation Chiselers Leon
FOR THEHOUSEHOLD. difficult to control, as they Jessie Lee LazenbyMr Jacksonville Drr
HINTS breed in cracks and crevices of ally advertised feed. Prior to his OPA Is going to take action and :he

COMMON SENSE. . the house, ceilings, walls, and and Mrs Frank Merrltt assuming full responsibility attended in a against restaurants! taverns, and of mother.8UrMrs. Mrs. El1zabtu.. 1
this Miami area, ne roadside lunch establishmentswhich Were
floors and the adult live as Mrs vlslUnr
can
guests .
have had as recent
HOME-MADE THINGS FIGS School In Atlanta, Ga. He Harvey
Purina are profiteering on beer
long as a wit hout food. Starling !
year Lettie Huckleby and granddaugh Mr. Dryden 4t
for two
"Necessity Is the mother of Invention There is no summer fruit I In Spraying the house thoroughly ter. Peggie Ann Padgett, of Wild- continues these courses Inter and soft drinks -especially at Camp Shelby,IS on turlour
each at four-month
," goes the old saying and Florida that enjoys a wider pop with a 10 percent solution of wood. Mrs. J. P. Hammock and weeks places. located near army camps. MUH
Florida's rural people certainly ularity than the fig. And the fig creosote In kerosene or oil at Intervals daughter, Betty Ann of Jacksonville vals. Now much to Gus' pleasurehe Selling nickle cola drinks to soldiers Mr. and Mrs! Frank
back to and
fi'' y I' have brought out some striking season Is here in fact, many of 10 days Is the beet and Mrs. .W. H. Andrews, will be transferred for 15c is called a "low children of Redditt
tt'r t... examples to prove it. folk' have been eating figs fromtheir method for controlling these pests. Mru. Earl Carter and Mrs. Anna Duval County, where his mother, form of chiseling." Folks on the visiting friends and
r, for of weeksor Where sanitation Is Mrs. Delia Thomas lives and has home front can stop this here Sunday
: Farm people who have develop trees a couple rigid practiced -, Hersey of Starke. profiteering
Lt i V ed ways and means of doing the longer. Fresh ripe figs, ticks, mites, and fleas seldom Last Friday evening Mr. and kept their lovely home on the corner themselves by telling Mrs Willard Smith

task with resources they have sprinkled with a bit of sugar, and attack flocks. Mrs. R. J. Turner and family' of Sappho and Cassady such places that It's against the mere has returned ,to
) U or can afford are justly proud of topped with rich, cold cream escorted by Mrs. Turner's brother, Streets. Gus and 1I<:rs. Thomas are law to sell any bottled drink for i after spending several I.

them. make a breakfast dish that Is not Winter LegumesAre Everett Renfroe, enjoyed a fish former Sampson City residents. I more than the store charged for I her mother, Mr. 1. d1;
fl Imagination only delicious, but Is healthfuland watermelon cutting at Johnnie Barfield o f Starke it In March. Miss Katie A.Cr
To how the and and Easterllnl
Ingenuity supper
j
.J Best Source spent the week-end with his relatives i II,
of Florida rural folks nutritious. the home of their son-in-law and Solid Gold Star In Tampa !
r t I along these lines, we cite a few Chilled and served with nuts Of Nitrogen daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kite mother, Mrs. Virgil Owen. Military insignia for officers weeks car

I !'' examples today. and whipped cream, figs are a of Raiford.G. Ben Renfroe is spending the will be made from non-critical Mr. and Mrs. 0, 0,
f! A farm family wanted a tank delicious dessert for lunch or sup- With twice the 1941 supply of W. Andrews and two sons week with his son-in-law and metals In the future-gold and little daughter, Shirley era

r; 4: for storing water to be piped Into per.Figs the principal winter legume seed Chester and Reddish transacted daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. silver. Girls have been buyingthe turned to their hone III, hr

the home, but they didn't have are rich In sugar, Iron, and In prospect for this year, J. Lee business in Gainesville Monday. Turner, Sr. plated ones for costume jew Beach after spending D

the money ra buy a metal one, lime, and are a natural, harmless Smith, agronomist with the State Mr. and Mrs. Mamie Raulerson elry, but new Insignia will be sold with Mrs J. A, Gravc texr

r. so they rigged up a heavy water laxative. So figs are good\ to eat Agricultural Extension S e r vice, of Jacksonville were guests of THE HOME FRONTEvents only at army and navy post ex L. C. Smith

lll *I.j proof cask on a platform, attached for other reasons than their urges Florida farmers to Increase Mr. and Mrs. Obey Moody\ Sun changes. Mr. and Mrs. J, P.
vtl l, a pump to it, and that did theWf flavor. their seedlngs of winter legumesthis on military fronts indI- and Mrs. Willard t.

\ job. Figs can be served fresh In fall as a means of maintain day.The Rev. C. C. Butler filled cate the grim lengthy task ahead Ride Bus At Will transacting business Snlllk

\Wf : 1 To provide housing for his many different ways, but todaywe ing the productive strength of his regular appointment Sundayin for the home front. American ville Friday. ill

; r:.. 1 chickens more economically than are going to suggest a coupleof their farmlands for war produc- the Long Bridge Christian casualties already amount to 44- Lacy Conway, manager of the Mr. and Mrs J
w'f i he could have done otherwise a recipes for preserving them. ion. The seeding are needed to Church. 143 killed, wounded o r missing. Union Bus Station (Florida Motor spent Sunday Harvey.
' farmer planned and built a poultry Fig Jam replace applications of nitrogen Victory will coat more lives and with Mr
!.1? T. H. Lines), staled last week that Harley Stalling <
1MV. and Mrs Sheppardhave In ,
: house out of poles and sacks Select very ripe figs, wash and fertilizer that will be reduced this call for much greater sacrifices LaCro
!
\ coated with because heard from their son Edwin from the folks home. "there seems to be a mistaken Mr. and Mrs. Gu.
cement. at
IA.jJJ drain, stem and remove peel I If year large quantities of Pad!
hIlt Numerous rural families have blemished. To every gallon of nitrates are being used In muni- who was recently graduatedfrom Every bit of material we can idea that a person to ride on the Tampa were visiting lit
' made attractive furniture ions manufacture. radlu school In Norfolk Va. must make bus must secure a permit from Mrs. R. M. Johnson !
now
. very figs add two quarts of sugar, spare weaponsfor hur-
i '} from crates, boxes and mash, and cook to proper constl- Growing of winter legumes He is now in the Panama Canal our troops, and we must see President Roosevelt or someone last week.

,tt' f.j with the men often doing barrels'l tency. When the figs near the mainly vetches and winter peas- Zone and enjoying things fine. that trains and trucks and tires else". He asked the Telegraphto :Mrs. Andrew Caudles F n

'i ing and hammering and finishing point, be careful not to 'a recognized as one of the best Wayne Hazen and a friend, and buses are available to transport explain that all anyone had to her home here after

, \ J+fl 1 and women doing the painting scorch them. If you use a thermometer methods of restoring productive Lonnie Adams of Jacksonville men and weapons and food. to do in order to take a bus trip several weeks with i*

) ,:: 1.i and making the upholstery. cook to 229 degrees vigor to the soil. Such practices were recent guests of the for.mar's This means further reductions was to buy a ticket and get on Mrs. O. O. Graves In L

, +4JJ;;: : For years, many farmers have Fahrenheit. long have been Included In the grandparents, :Mr. and Mrs. in civilian goods. So far the I the bus. Beach.
G. W Andrews.Mr. .
. been using old automobile engines Preserved stores have been selling things ---
Fig conservation: !: ------ ---------
of the
program Agricultural CS d5 LSt.S 25 25 t5t9r.5 t:5lS GS :!
and Mrs. James Lavender. a rS tS CS rS rS tS tS rS tS r
J.j! to pump water, turn saws, Sort figs and weigh. To wash Adjustment Afi-encv. made before the situation became W
.r .!T.1it. and provide the power for many!I dust from fruit, place in wire Mr. Smith cites three- -factors Sr., have moved to Jacksonville critical. But insiders say shortages FUNERAL DIRlfcfoiT
where he Is employed In the ship-
other tasks.Homemade. I basket or colander and dip In and as reasons for emphasizing the yards. and substitutes will be apparent 3Iy Many Team Experience Makes It Possible for Me u km
watering and feedIng out of boiling water. Pre-cook even In the smallest towns EFFICIENT, PROMPT and COURTEOUS
seeding this
practices fall SERVICE
: Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Merritt
devices, hoppers, brooders figs about eight minutes, depending very soon now.Intennify MODERATE _
1. If the nation's farms and family and Mr. Merrill's sla PRICES
and other equipment needed on on the degree of ripeness. Add are goIng Salvage Efforts
1 to maintain this year's record- ter Miss Ida Merritt, recently DeWITT C. JONES
r the farm have been made and 3-4 pound of sugar for each The salvage drive has been in.
1 are performing satisfactory ser I pound of figs. Cook gently with breaking Food-for-Freedom production visited their brother and sister-.I tenslfled. Without scrap metal.America' Starke FloridaW
every effort must b e in-law, Mr. and'Mrs. Ira Merritt
out .
until
vice.Tobacco stirring, syrup thickens steel furnaces cannot t
sleds, used for bringing slightly and figs become trans made to keep the land at peak In Lake City. operate because it's necessary to

In the bright leaf crop In parent. Let stand, covered, overnight productive strength. Any at. Little Leslie Sapp Is spendinghis mix scrap and new pig Iron together T. CLUTE-REALTOR
Florida, are made on the farm. to "plump." Continue cookIng tempt to draw on present soil first vacation away from his to get steel from iron. The

1 d+ Attractive lamps, decorated I fruit until it Is saturated with fertility without replacing it. is a'' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Sapp, WPB says our steel mills will t F. H. A. LOANS
gourds, picture frames and dangerous gamble that might result this week. He Is enjoying the
; many sugar. Pack figs in sterilized have to close down during the We want the listing on your property
other articles for the home have ;jars, fill to overflowing with in sharply declining food and swimming and visiting with his winter unless
we can store
been made by girls and women. syrup, seal partially and simmer fiber production later In the war brother-in-law and slater, Mr. and extra heaps of within the up We" have some wonderful properties for sale

? A couple of Negro farm families ,20 minutes for pints. and in the post-war period, when Mrs. Robert Ward in Keystone next 90 days.Despite scrap See us about your Real Estate Needs
wanted good homes but I most of the world will look to Heights.The .
they all the argument, those 1]9 E. CALL STREET PHONE I
didn't have the funds for buying American farmers for food and Rev. C. C. Butler contem-
who
Effective MethodOf know the true situation
lumber and other materials. They clothing. plated running water to various the rubber say

' did have a lot of rock on their Lice ControlFor 2. Many of the war crops such places on his farm by an electric Uncle Sam shortage still wants is desperate.rubber .

places,. however. So they went to as peanuts--crops vital to the pump. He was fortunate In acquiring your
scrap.
work with what they bad and> maximum egg productionand agricultural war effort -being a good pump and getting Even old SINCLAIR PRODUCTS
succeeded In building two Very growth of their chickens produced this year In quantities it to work but the problem came War Production rags are needed.

h attractive rock homes. farm flock owners and commercial never before approached are soil In getting sufficient pipe to carry Production records Boom Gasoline, Oils, and Fuels

These are only a few examplesof poultrymen must effectively depleting. Continued peak, the water to his many chicken are being
production
shattered
of Florida farm ingenuity, but control external parasites, of these crops makes it pens and large lot. He believes We by American Industry. WHEN YOU NEED FUELS FOR HEATING

they serve to show that rural according to Dr. M. W. Emmel, Imperative that fertility be restored that he will be unable to purchase can help keep it booming by GIVE US A RING WE DELIVER
people can and do work out their State Experiment Station veteri to farmlands. the pipe during the' duration moving scrap materials. WPB has
problems with narian. but Is consoled asked! state and local govern
what they have. It 3. greatly over
is satisfying to know that folkson Such parasites as lice mites soil Normally for renewed, the need productive of the his pump which is on his back 'ments to lend their trucks to sal H. E. TUCKER, Agent

: the farm still retain that char fleas, and ticks are particularly porch. He already feels that it vage committees to get scrap to
acteristic which the pioneers of troublesome to chicken. In summer part energy, by would applications be met, for of,the most is invaluable to his chores and [ the railroads. For Sinclair Refining Co.
nitrogen The Berlin
long ago had to have in order to but they may be controlledby fertilizer to household needs. Mr. Butler stat radio recently told
ri ) succeed.TO sanitation and by proper application however demand the land. This year,, ed that he was through grading,'German subjects to move all their Phone 158 Starke, Fla.te .
of war indua.I
-- ----- snap iron and steel to Nazi mills
of a eve ral materials tries for this material to be used tobacco and that his crop was
CHECK which have proved to be effectivefor
in the
CIA manufacture' of ammunition fine.Fernie
.
this purpose. These Moody's tobacco
pests 13 so heavy that farmers was ofa
-r lower the physical condition many good
( of a quality too.
IN DAYS may not be able to get adequate -
I bird and even cause death If not nitrogen fertilizer Frank Merrltt's 2 1-2 acres of

controlled. The only effective substitute supplies.for tobacco produced a good average
taL.666 Treatments which the Experiment [fertilizer diverted In this In poundage but he Is not too

Station veterinarian have officials say, is the growing manner of legumes satisfied with the quality. Someof THIS IS !
found to be effective Include thefollowln& that transfer nitrogen the leaves are spotted with WHAT WE'RE FIGHTING FOR

: from the air to the soil. "frog eyes"-a brown upot-This
To control lice spread pinches, condition be contributes to the '

of sodium flourlde among feathers Dwelling Units lack of sufficient potash In his 93i /3 er/y, U21d the jJuit/J1'/' lfJJ'
of the bird, dip the bird In a fertilizer. He stated that h e

solution containing 3-. to 1 ounce Shown In Census used a 3-8-5 grade on part of his
of sodium fluoride to 1 gallon of patch. This gave out and he

water, place a small lump of Bradford county had a total of used a 3-8-8 on the remainder.

SO percent blue ointment under 2,245 dwelling units at the time The latter quality which contained

the vent of the bird or feed 5 of the 1940 Census-before Camp more potash produced a richer

percent of dusting sulphur In the Blandlng-according to a Florida foliage and a brighter leaffreeof

regular mash for three weeks and State Planning Board analysis of "frog eyes." Those familiar words of the

dust the material over the yardat recently released U. S. Bureau of Dempsey Sapp has moved to Declaration of Independence frame J

the rate of 2 pounds per 100 the Census data. Starke, due to gas and tire our American destiny. But what

square feet (also the control for Owners occupied 1,023 of the I shortage.The of the enemy?He lays, through the

chicken: fleas and mites). If the I dwellings. Of the balance, 1,080 trustees and.teachers of Reich Press Chief Dr. Dietrich,

dipping method is used, the birds were tenant occupied 128 were I the New River 'School have had ".The Freedom of the Individual

'NEW LIFE" vacant but for rent or sale, and the.entire school building scrub. does not exist". How'd you like to s

for AUTO PARTS 15 were vacant but not for rent bed school and dusted getting ready for be fighting {something like that!
Spring or sale. Monday morning You bet we've a lot to fight

OxfordsGet USED TIRES, (UK II A V E Of the 2,102 occupied dwelling Mi. and Mrs. Reddish Andrews for in America. A lot to be proudto
in
VOl'Il SIZE). GEMUl.ATOKS, units, 397 had an average occupancy were week. Jacksonville one day this fight for. Our homes-our t

Out Those Old Spring AUTO GLASS CASH' FOR of 1.5 or more persons Little churches-our community That's

Slippers. We'll Make Them C.IR9 AND TRUCKS IX ANY per room. Major repairs were of Mr "Sonny" Andrews, son what America is now forever I
and
CONDITION. needed by 1,164 of Mrs. Chester/ Andrews And
the
Do For Another units and you can be mighty thankful '
Season. 1,835 had no private bath. has been ill this week, but that when your days work is
Used Autos $2:>>> up Urban and rural-non-farm fam J is Improving at this time. through, home
Frank you can go to a ""
The Electric Shoe ilies of the county paid an average in" several Merritt has "tractoreil quiet neighborhood unmolested by .
HASKINSAUTO acres of
rent of crotolarla. 1
$9.94 per month, con There
Shop Mrs. Reddish tyranny. you can relax in
treated to a state of Andrews recently friendly .
average with
PARTS peace
heard your good
Opposite Park Thratre 23.50 per month. / from her brother Gus I neighbor.

North of Town on Itoat IS The county had 1.257 rural-farm Thomas a former OIdemnhile___n_.._ That's the
time to share bottle
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salesman In a
---- Jacksonville
dwelling units of which 760 need (before of smooth
the war). Because ,golden JAX JUMBO.
ed of the
major
repairs; 1,183 had no present You'll enjoy American freedommore
war
Indoor toilet, and condition. Thomas was forc
SAFE! FAST! COMFORTABLE! electric lights. 1,028 had no ed to seek another field of work; this way .in the quiet con:
tentment that America
he chose the Purina feed field. offers. Try

RULED INDEX CAKD9_3x5 He was transferred later to JAX JUMBO tonight. Ask your

AND ECONOMICAL! 81 per BRADFORD COUNTY: Miami where he was ready to neighbors-and then in to share it with you
TELKGRAPIL; take over Dade County's demon- drink a toast to America
to the American in the
way
RIDE THE BUSSES BUS SCHEDULE: American way good friend.all!


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nrlnrY'rwiSnrrrnamrnyF1 ; ; \ Joyed at the home of Miss Mamie F

Kelly Saturday night. r

i' I Gordon Graves left last week

SUCCESSFUL I for Cleveland. Ohio where he hasemployment. Kathleen]
I Norris
Says :

Mr. and Mrs T. N. Norman

PARENTHOOD Miss Dorothy Norman and Mr

eh- and Mrs.! Rldon Sapp all of Gum Is Infidelity n Reason: for Divorce?

I t7' Branch, were visiting; relatives .
here Sunday afternoon. SyndicateWNU ...tur... ,:

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F Mr. and !Mrs. Daniel Kelly Mlsa l lI

If MBS. CAnrnnn coinuio lOW ASDt,, Mamie Kelly and Mrs. Warren

'ki Kelly were shopping: In Jackson
L JUaodate Editor .sr.s..' Ma...... ville Friday. S

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TEACHING CHILDREN HONESTY Remember services at P I n eLevel l t

church this week-end and 1 1I ,

t One day as I shared a park bench of what can happen and what can't. our young people's meeting on

i? with a mother and her little boy I One wise mother I know has a lit Thursday night each week.THERBSSA /Il "
:
was admiring the baby sister who tle girl who began to tell tall tales. I .

sat In her carriage. To show me After one of them she would say to : ,
that he too thought his sister the her In a loud whisper: "Make be- : j jr
finest ever the boy said. "She goes lieve?" and the child would nod and By Sir*. H. D. May a- w !

to school. This was such a whop- then they would laugh together. So, a
r per that I played his game and slowly the mother helped her to WITH TilE CIliniCH I

said "My how smart she must be know the difference between what Rev. Clayton of Jacksonvillehas r

to go" to school before she can was true and what was not. closed his revival services
walk! His eyes danced with pleas As he grows a little older the here.

ure at having an adult understand child may lie because he Is afraid.

.4 BI... : axxy.R.. .. .QY I his knew make-believe and in a moment Tommy for instance was forbid Mra. ,.... H. Hall and childrenleft \\0 '
.. i- ,' ,"<; why. For his mother den to cross a certain street where (1
; } grabbed his arm and shook him. there Is heavy traffic but one day Friday for a visit with Mrs. ( ,
..
.
r ."- '" "Shame on you" she scolded "for he did cross it in order to go and Hall's parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe r

,, #''':' i : telling such lies." play with a little boy whom he Padgett of Plant City.

t .., ,., Why does a child say things liked much. When
"iIr very he came A. L Sullivan was shoppingla
... w .L. : .i.---.L.I, J which he knows aren't true Often home and his mother asked him Starke afternoon. ,
Friday
.lIt. :I.. .. .' because of this very human need where he had been-he lied. Of ,

.. -". to feel Important. Having little that course eventually a child must Willie Cohrnn of South Carolina

is real to boast of he glories in fibs learn that one doesn't lie out of was a recent' visitor here. 't 1- :
Means Picnic Time!
about his own or his family's ex things. But don't be shocked if he We're sorry to lone Mr. and
(See Recipes Below.) ploits. "My father can fly a plane tries to at first Make an effort
Mi's. L. G. Sr.
Johns. and eon,
..... faster than anybody in the world. not to let your children get into a
ndwiches Plus You've heard these fabrications: position where lying seems to them Grady and Mra. Lydia Hull from

Lynn Says: from almost every imaginativechild the way out Tbmmy's desire to our community.Mrs. .

| with; summer; isn't quite of your acquaintance. play with the little boy who lived Jessie Powell and children tt r' !rtq
n| The Score Card: Your best bar Then the very young child lies the
across dangerous street
1 without one or a dozen was a left for their home In Miami after
gains during the present can be because the world of reality is natural
picnics with thosesandwiches so perfectly one. That he had two weeks visit here with Mr.
'f.'I that found in eggs and cheese so planto strange and unpredictable and confusing to disobey in order to do so, was
and Mrs E, S.
fortify your meals generouslywith that he doesn't know exactly unfortunate. His lie later could Sibley.

":, taste so good both of these foods. what is true and what Isn't. "I have been avoided by recognizing Air and Mrs. Dun Raley and n

bubbling hot coffee The campaign to save fats Is saw a great big man walking along the facts and providing some other children( were visiting friends
and fresh the street the other day and he out. His mother have
.'\ really getting under way and it's way might and relatives in Keystone Heights
< Juicy fruit to top said: 'I'm going to give you the said: "You must not cross that
the week-end.
off that outdoor good policy on your part to turn biggest Ice-cream cone *.In the street alone but if you want to play over

meal. You'll have all excess fats to your butcher.Economy's world.; and he did." The under with your friend let me know and H. F. Hugan and daughter Iouatw

._ yours if you use a standing parent will see in this only I I'll take you across."
fun with these variety of meat cuts in planningyour the young child's desire for wishesto Next week we'll track down oth- Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. Knox Coin mil, I ilonptd'ot her table, we, introduced! to th. young:: lirufnmnlittt :

Jhings: even If you don'tKong menus. Best bargains can come true and his confused sense er causes for children's untruths. Hagan and little son Paul were had sigh her and asked uhnt *u...l she na.. S//>. aniurreti "Carrolft."
in the family car dinner of Mr. Mrs.
I trip guests and
be found -- ---
in the less used cuts KATHLEEN NORRIS
By
favorite picnicTry H. D.
| far-away May Saturday They had
such
as liver sweetbreads heart HOTIMIEAVENWhatever
the back yard thee WCTU been IT is not humanly i
GLEANINGS vacationing In Florida for pos-

beach or even that shady kidneys Primary rump or roasts unlimited etc.production HOSE ten days and returned to their A sible for any man and the proverbs tell ,l f flIt.

n the road a mile or so for in canned fruits is decreedfor Miss Ethe Hubler, Editor. home in Knoxville, Term., Sunday.W. woman to continue to the fact remains thai ithilamnrriafes 'r

JI picnic. the following items: peaches Owner and Publisher of "The National I D. Garrett returned to his regard each other throughthe may indeed be

I your favorite picnic ham- and pears not whole), pectin Voice" Los Angeles; California home In Griffin, Ga., after visitIng "niaila in Heaven" their juo
of lovers .
\ and sun-dry it to assure fruit cocktail fruit for salad, and HOMEIy2ycfD the oldest moot. militant relatives over the week-end. eyes young a cos depend on .11./ down-to-

j freshness and cleanliness. concentrates of grapefruit, lemon DRY National newspaperestab. question all women should earth qualities a* patience, '.

Bo the brim with exciting lime and orange. lished 1870 continuing the California ask themselves is: "what per- kindness and confidence, The

I combinations that your : Voice-devoted exclusivelyto centage of that old glamour, ""'n"dll" whose problem

till, get such a surprise when FASHIONPATRICIA Kathleen Norris discusses this
Ham Picnic Loaf. the cause of total abstinence devotion confidence admira- "

lot In digging into the pleasant (Serves 10)) and prohibition has recently returned tion am I taking with me into time, is the wife of a man the "
the big basket. Remem- Author of Sl seew M. ..,'. Kitchen f
and her tailors Until
her home from
H cup quick-cooking tapioca to a speaking daughters
lalt for the tomatoes paper the hard middle years?
Y teaspoon pepper tour which carried her into now her life hat been happy

J for paper plates plenty and of % teaspoon paprika Brides who are making homes in many states of our nation and Into You can't take it all. No- and secure. Should she
paper cups yes
I teaspoon Worcestershire sauce one two will find Canada. She "I find did. When
Kecked cloth to add atmos- or rooms that Buys body ever any divorce her husband for being

\ the affair. I tablespoon minced onion mirrors wisely placed will create great and Increasing: Interest in, n woman tells me that she and unfaithful to her Or should
I pound lean ham ground amazing illusions of space. A long and sentiment for total destruc-
,
her Algernon feel toward each she just "take i it" for the sake
narrow living room gains a feel.
In a quandary. to what lean DOW
i I pound pork groundcnps tion and abolition of the legalized
Ing of width from a mirror panel other today exactly as they of the children You will be
f8 i to make Well glance Z mUllCombine
liquor traffic which Is doing so
hung to reflect light and the full she
interested
reading
)following combinations for tapioca with remaining much to destroy the souls and did on that June morning why
depth of the rest of the room. With "
fillr tasty ideas in fillings: ingredients in order given. Bake In mirrors and gay slip covers the bodies of people everywhere. 17 years ago, when to the should "take if, and why she j

bacon (broiled until a loaf pan in a bet (430-degree) oven dreariest and most uninterestingroom Especially are the Mothers. Fathers strains of Mendelssohn, in a will win by doing so.

d hard-cooked egg, rnolsjlth 15 minutes then decrease heat to and collection of furniture can and many of the wives and bath of roses and sunshine they I

mayonnaise er-.tested moderate (390: degrees) and bake 45 be transformed into a charming sisters of the service men of our came down the. church steps together quiet young girl we have known for
minutes longer or until done. Serve and homey place in which to live. some she works In the same t
years;
Speaking of mirrors do you re- nation deeply concerned and urging I merely feel that she Is
Jkam lad American cheese hot or cold.Munching. member the trouble poor "Alice in that something be done to (1LII weak-wilted. Or I give Algernon's omce as my husband. Something In

fttndwlch spread.I on golden, crisply fried the Looking Glass" had with her protect and safeguard their lov- calling list a pretty sharp glance. a glance this girl gave him from

I cheese finely minced cold chicken is many a picnicker's cakes? One made her shrink almost ed ones from the curse of Intoxicating True married life Is the happiestlife time to time disturbed me In a wayI
en1 dream of the perfect outing. This out of sight and the other rl cannot describe. For the first timeIn
d 1 stuffed olives ; liquors with their attendant of all, for man or woman. Its
Is easily managed if you fry the made her uncomfortably large so evils." tenderness Its companionship Its my life sickening suspicion and

I beef ground fine mixed chicken the night before, let it standin that she had to work out a happy and and Jealousy began deep within me, andI
restfulness
No mutual support
nation or allied nation, will
bled blending of the two to keep herself
Roquefort cheese then in felt faint."I .
the refrigerator, wrap
ever win a war with drink demoralized comfort are among the few miracles
i with her own pleasant natural size.: -
Worcestershire to
said that I surprised
sauce was
the
waxed to take to picnic
paper
Summer diet offers just such a soldiers. All wars are of the world. Real marriage goeson
uussge, mashed seasoned the next day see nose there as I would not suppose
:
problem in balance as Alice's. Too terrible and leave sorrow and \ through fire and flood through
could to the
II that she belong
sauce. Country-Fried Chicken. many heavy foods are distasteful. suffering. Into xlcatlng liquorsare grief and war and change and pov
er sausage ground with (Serves 6 to 8)) If not absolutely harmful while light arty through Joy and success and club. My husband said quietly that
r bread 2 3-pound chickens foods constantly served become insipid fur worse, destroying both she must have a guest card. Going
and butter pickles, \ health and illness. Those who knowIt
soul and body of its victims. \ifEi
et with % floor and tiresome. So in orderto out I stopped at her table was in-
cup human
mayonnaise. know the deeps of
1)4) tablespoons salt find a happy medium we turn to (Paid for by Starke W.C.T.U. ) very troduced to the young lieutenant she
iber emotion.
chopped fine, excess salads. 1 had with her and asked whose guest
e drained off, mixed with 1 teaspoon pepper Summer salads more often than Demands High Price. "
PINE LEVEL she She answered 'Carroll's.
tieese salt and Lard or shortening for fryingU not Oil dual roles. The fish and But this oneness of body and mind was.
pepper. "That she would call him by his
I hatter cop butter meat salad answers for main course fly 1\lrll. II. M. McRae and spirit demands a high price. It
mixed with honey. and cut in salad and the a first name was a shock to me; later
Clean chickens pieces as well as course often demands a time of bitter disillusionment
*r salmon Mr. and Mm Daniel Kelly and y. I spoke to him about It. He said
flaked mixed suitable for serving. Mix flour with fruit salad does duty for salad and loneliness, purgation,
MB Juice Choose salad and Miss Mamie Kelly made a trip that all the girls at the omce were
finely chopped cel- _____ __ salt and pepperBand dessert. your while the romantic ecstatic bride
mayonnaise to moisten. place in build your menu around it and your to Tampa recently and were ac- entertaining our soldiers but that he
pa changes her dream lover for an everyday
Place meala will be well balanced and interesting companied home by Miss! lola Andrews 'would like to know who the deuce
i bag.
combined affectionate
commonsense
generously with who spent a week here. that man was' Three times later be
M often known as spreads. pieces of When the salad takes the place of and comfort loving man. who likes
Mr. and Mrs. Robert repeated this. In a musing sort of
rotates the handling of sand- in the the usual hot main course it's a Myrick a quiet house and a hot dinner anda
_ Just spread the "butter" and shake to'' good idea to begin the meal with a and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. McRae pretty sweet-tempered woman to way. Finally he said he thought he
and finish with one visited Mrs. W. M. Wood at St. would telephone her and find out.
Between slices of bread and evenly with hot soup up preside over both. A man with
of those favorite old-fashioned desserts Vincent's Hospital in Jacksonville He made a little fuss looking up her
indwich Is Take out faults, selfish sometimes, unreasonable
made topped
ready
cobblersand and I think then
In and fry chicken like dumplings and Sunday and were dinner guestsof sometimes extravagant or telephone number
waxed paper for roly-polys. A hot vegetable that I knew. For Carroll has often
Mr. and Mrs A. F. Hall.
ng. until brown slowly in the lard thoughtless or lazy or exacting
lima beans .
like sweet corn or had to telephone Rose from the office
Cheese Spread. which has been placed in a heavy should be served with the main Eld. W. E. Hall passed through sometimes. But more than a man, and knows her number well.

Cream Skillet. When all the chicken has course. this section Sunday afternoon.We a husband, a partner going beside
cheese with lemon Only he didn't know that I realized
d add 2 tablespoons butter been browned dot with butter cover The menu pranned to Include the are sorry to hear of the Illness you through all your days so that that.

package< closely and let cook for aboutan salad and dessert combination may of Mrs. Hall. you will never be lonely; never lack
bounce) of "I stood It for two weeks
TO this cream hour over low heat Or if you start with a chilled first course go Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crews of a friend to whom to turn In trouble every
add
one or of word and glance of his confirming
more usual hot main course
prefer after chicken is fried let on to the Jacksonville we revisiting Mr. never lack a companion as eager
wing
: chopped watercress with cheese and crackers my fears. Then I asked him and he
and finish
moderate (350 degree) up and Mrs. David I 1 changes and good
epper or cook in a Kelly Saturday as you are to plan
celery; pimiento, and coffee. admitted that he and Rose have
until done. Uncover during Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lowe of
lives or nuts. oven No matter how hot the day one I times. been lovers for more than three
last 15 minutes of cooking time to Starke have moved to Not bride and groom unfortunately
Sardine Spread. hot food should be included in each our sec- 0 every years. II. told me that if I would

tablespoons brown and crisp chicken. meal. A hot beverage wben the rest tion. We welcome them. L can achieve a happy divorce him he would of course mar
lemon Juice salad made the old fash foods chilled a hot An Ice marriage. Boys are too little trainedIn
Pound Potato of the are vege- cream supper was en- ry Rose; that he loved her. But he 1'
sweet butter. Spread table when serve an iced drink. and simple good-
ioned way with home-cooked dressing you consideration
best or plain whole wheat Mary I. Barber director of the CIIURCU DIRECTORY; OF s .j too often extravagant does not want,, me to divorce him.
is guaranteed to go over big ness; girls are
On top of this nutrition in Washington 8178 ; ...,. feeling that It would hurt the girls.
place national program SERVICES .
tiny / and Inclined to regard
with the family: restless
I. sprinkle with emphasizes the importantpart ; Tell me What to do! Am I to take
lemon FIRST BAPTIITHfT. wedlock springboard to
with .lIce of toast pain Potato Salad. women must play in their A. 1C. '.1..."_'. Pre as a this sitting down let it go on, suffer
beat bread.eyuur0wn'sandwiches or (Serves 8)) homes every day. She writes. "Nu- awe N. UalMt Street other things." But when a man and the ruin of my life and the breakingof
6 potatoes cooked in Jackets irltion is the science that women Church School Ptij A. M. Teen Age Jumper woman d<> live through the hard heart and remain sweet and
I Mornlnr Worship 11:00 A. M. my
trench dressing in carrying out their part : Pattern No. 17 -Have you ever times and come out Into the sunshine -
are % using
fun cup are B. T. U. 7:00: P. M. serene the happy wife of that won-
If for picnics. Just pack 1 onion chopped fine n the war program. Back of every Evening Worship 1:00 P. 1\(. seen a Jumper of smarter style of a permanent affectionate. derful man and the mother of his
lunch Iflrl11Full
model for
box I in business and Industry Wednesday Worship 1:00 P. II. than this young beautiful
it is

1 celery chopped One man stable relationship, a very "
detailed ?
cup beautiful
three girls
eat skirted and neatly
loaf > in the home whose jobIt
or II a woman holds finer,
baIreadyy 1)4 teaspoons salt that he gets nourlshinr FIHIIT Mfrrnom with the front buttoning top and Its thing. Life no Well, I think the answer tn that
is to see
at horned recipe cooked dressing food. For every child growing up H.... ti. C. '5...w.... PB.ti>r twin patch pockets it is young Marital. Road Rou.h..nl. last question Is a qualified "yes."

e the crowd ffr' Peel potatoes and cube. Mari woman has the responsibility t"' Church 120 Prhonl N. ( .ur.10:00" street A. M. different and yet simple to make. Wanda who writes me from Port But it won't break your heart nor

read nate In french dressing for H hour. see that he develops a strong, sturdy : Sunday Worship 11:00: A. M. With the jumper In plaid blouses ginghamyou In land, has reached a very difficult ruin your life and the sooner you
of
and Combine with other ingredients, and Young Ponpla 7:00: P. frt.F.vaning can make a batch Carroll down from his
and let body Worship 1:00: p. M. plain white and pastels to hormonl7e bit of her marital road and wants take pedestal
"M the chill thoroughly before serving. Gar- Wednesday Worship 8:00 P. M. -here's a cool outfit a washable advice. She has been married 14 and begin to regard him as a

or their ... nish with paprika. Stanley Builds outfit and an outfit which costs years and has three daughters 12 mere man, capable of weakness

own sandwiches: Cooked Dressing. "T.. Jf RK'" RPIICORAbH little to have. 10 and 4."Carrollil. I susceptible to flattery and willing to
....
VI teaspoon salt Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Stanley are ante Fred N. ('.YrrhM..r.... ...Hrrtar...., Pattern No. 8178 Is In sizes: 6 to the handsomest! man I satisfy his vanity by an occasional

H tablespoon sugar building a low-cost residence on Church Rrhool 10:00: A. M. 14 years. Size 8 Jumper requires ever saw" writes Wanda. "lie Is extramarital conquest' the happieryou

ICNIC \SKET IDEAS :3 tablespoons flour their 10-acre plot two miles Sunday Sunday Rv Worship.nln. 7:30 11:00: : P.A.M.Sf. 2V. yards 36-Inch material blouse six feet tall, fair, and full of life will be.Divorce.

1)4) tablespoons butter southeast of Starke on Road 28. Friday Evening 7:30 P. M. 1% yards. and fun. My girls and I adore him, Brings Mliery.

Awotted I. 1 teaspoon dry mustard Q. L. Simmons Is doing the work Holy Days 10:00: A. 1\1. we have a lovely home with a large To give him a dlvorcii would make

ties Sandwiches egg yolks and the Stanleys expect to be in FIRST PRE3BYT6RLAN! garden, his father. and mother are you all miserable; Carroll Rose,

Potato Cbl.- ,. % cup milk: their new home within two R... (.-*... II. Allen P..'.. Name.Addrta................................ devoted to me. money Is more than yourself and the girls. This is one
Whale Tomato M cup vinegar weeks. The acreage was purchased 1UX "North Cttrrrr at.Church sufficient and I have a splendid of the most expensive mistakes thata

rDieloD Oatmeal Cookies Combine dry Ingredients. Add egg from D. E. Knight about three Sunday School-Worship 10:00:11:00: A.A.M.M. ............................... cook in the kitchen. Juunlta and wife can make and It Inevitably I

beverage yolks, blending carefully then mix months ago. Mr. Stanley Is employed Senior Crunadoc ':00 P. M. Yvonne are darling normal girls ends in disaster.

in butter milk and vinegar slowly. at Camp Blinding, while Int.rmedlat.Worship Youth 7:00 S:00: P.P.M.hi.Evening ...................................... happy in school, and my little pet Instead, make yourself so charm-

11. thick in double boiler I call her Ing, so complete so entirely self-
.. Cook until baa an agency with Consuelo-or Tootoo as we
.
.try.Fried Mrs. Stanley .....,......................
Chlckeaor Let cool before adding to salad. the Ideal Laundry at Gainesville. HT. KIlWAItn'S CATHOLIC: Name of, _Is the delight of us alt/ At any sufficient a woman that Carroll can't
household or I R... T.... J. JMarpbr. Put.rTp.aple married life I would help comparing: you. In your compe-
particular time during
flues a formerly with my
'Barn Picnic you tuhicH would Mr. Stanley was Are..eEarly P.tt.rnMe......... Site. .... .. and beauty and security and,
Loaf cooking problem on you P. Roberts Motor Co.. and Man 9:00: A. M.tl.l. have said I was the happiest womanIn tence
1Vbeat. Rye advice Write to /Miss Lynn the J. / .. ftrrvl*. I motherhood with the home
or White Bread like expert with Robert3reen'o end IS r..." hi eol... "HOT the world. proud
C'le Slaw ChambfTt Wttttrn Newspaper L'nwn, more recently Sunday !fast 1:00: A. M.W.ek tick pattern deflredi' tom with whom he now fancies
Cleaners.MANUSCRIPT. Day Mans 1:00 A. M.GOwPEL "But about six weeks ago when breaker
Pearl Brownies. 210 South Dnplainn SvCseex.Illinois Patricia Dow Patterns Carroll and I had the two older girlsat I himself In love. You hold aU the t

Average explaining your 1'41 .. COVERS-91TC TABBH.WACI.Btt. New York. N. Y. I winning cards, and Rose knows It.
club for a
Hamptd. 106 W. 11th SI.. the dinner saw
Pea her. Plea melon a ... .l .
Cirta la ** Mr J. T. 11:1.: r *** **we
mddrmtd mvelopm for your r"pI>-t ,' 100 RliAIJFORD COVN'I'1'l'ELEGBAPIL Sunday Hervlc 7:10: P. M, J
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On August 8th Beaten, RobbedAbout LOOKING c'ladin LAWTEy Services at the
Sunday will be as : Evening

9:30: : o'clock last Saturday R. Church School 10 i Subject: "Truth Worsitp 0
Registration book opened July And
afternoon between the Nile Morning Worship Prayer
election to
11 for the general City service
Owl and Cook'0 store on Road 13, Sermon Subject: I each al !be
be Held Tueitday. Sept. 8. and will W. C. McGill lineman for the IX EXPLANATION WHAT PRICE EUIH'ATIONT CLINIC BEING RUSHED ness." A Wednes iav at 8
PIl
close Augu 7, City Cle'k Carl City) was beaten, stamped and Folks, we are not passing the Thla column agrees fully with It cannot be proved who Is to .._ Cordial WelcOllle t 14 '
buck making excuses for our actions medical authorities as to the prevalence -----
Johns announced Monday. On otherwise bruised. and robbed of blame for the flood of patients .ce33oeflse'V ----
I -
or blaming anyone except of venereal diseases in
$10 or more as he was on his descended Dr. Fordat
that the voters will choose a which upon BOWLING
day Bradford it is true MONEy'5
way to his home nearby. His the guilty parties for the mannerIn County, but if WORTII

mayor and three councilmen. wife stated that as he was walk- which the tower is being side that the army Is refusing draftees. the Lawtey Clinic Tuesday, j 7b fun- No matter :

Last year Charles Darby and Ing home, two soldiers met him tracked. We really blame ourselves because of their arriving at camp July 14, and 21, but It was extremely It, you get how you 100

One Wigging were elected to the at the Nite Owl. Evidently they for believing that the Armyis for Induction Infected It remindsus gratifying to see the for When more than 111I
you
Council for a 2-year term. The knew he bad money with him, the quintessence of efficiency.It of the refusal of the army to people wake up. The Health service The fun alone take up B
three council members will IB not true. Our own Army for illiter i Is
other duty
accept military "en
as they beat him to such an ex i la a noble work and is immunizing the mOderate
come up for re-election this year tent that he had gashes over both and the civilian bigshots in Jack- ates. Both, Instead of being hundreds free of charge. only a COllt. But

-the chairman, L>. A. Canova, S. eyes and one under his right eye. sonvllle have been guilty of mis- treated or educated, are returnedto Until then it seemed to be keeps one part of it Bot
K. and H. A. Bishop. It representing their authority to us. life, and PhysIcally
Sparks They threw him down in the mud private to propagate "Love's Labor Lost" to ask Brad- tallyhlp.andexpandln7.alert tI
In understood that all of them and stamped on him with their We believed fully that we would possibly infect others and to raise ford County residents to go to Reduce .

will be candidates t o succeed feet severely injuring his chest have the complete cooperation of families In a n atmosphere of the Clinic for immunization and Hue, on ]

therm-elves.! and lungs, it was stated. the command in Jacksonville, Ignorance and with a futherance examination but something has It's Just our perfect
"what
Since the Is elected for promised In return for our acceptance of Illiteracy.It t h.
mayor He came home and fell downIn awakened them. Possibly it is ordered!
only a 1-year term Mayor N D. the kitchen physically exhaust of the civil defense position Is commonly known that aulphanilimlde the rumor that typhoid Is being

ed. His wife to with the high sounding name, is used for the treatment found In some sections of the Tin;
Wainwright would have come up went to town get but which means little. It was .. -..- BQi\1.DROMR
for re-election thla also, but the M. P.s and a doctor. She of the most common social county. If that be true we trust ----
year because we were Impressed with
put her husband to bed before she disease and usually Is very effec- that those with typhoid will fully
Inducted Into the few the Importance of the job given
was Army a
tive as a cure in a short time.
left, and when she returned the recover but thank them for their
days ago, and will not be a can- mattress was afire, and he was us as part of a million spotters of Most boysi! could be practically awakening of Sleepy Hollow before HAVE YOU SENT YOUR PORTRA

didate to succeed himself. So far, severely burned about the arms. planes. In thousands of towers, cured within the usual period of it Is too late. These immunizations HOME?
that we insisted the tower be
no one has announced his can- He was driven to the Veterans' detention after Induction. They are a d m I n 1 a tered
built. It was because we were
didacy for mayor Hospital at Lake City more for are treated anyway if infected free each Tuesday afternoon at PRESENT THIS AD AND 50c AT

-_ _ I his burns than, for his other injuries Imbued with the spirit or patri- after becoming a soldier. the Lawtey Clinic 2 P. M. to 4 STUDIO. WE WILL MAKE A-OUR
otic duty and our full confidenceIn
it was stated.It The prevalence of venereal disease P. M. Come and bring your
CLASSIFIEDSLOST our Army, and those representing can be attributed to the fact $3.50 Oil Colored
Is said that he had just been it, that we believed thiswork children. Any adult who has not PortraitOF
that few civilian infec-
paid off receiving about $30. He cases pf received typhoid vaccine' in the
necessary when all around YOU. ONLY 'ONE TO
tion are treated to final cure, but A PERSON-
brown mare mule, arrived home clutching a $10 bill last three years should be Im-
we ridiculed.
us were being In
around 800 Jbll. Please, are allowed to become chronic, !munized.
weighs tightly In his hands It was reported -
considering the source of these BON-ART
while If Inducted into the armed I
Thomas, Ther- STUDIOS'
notify Kenney that he had been at belittling
7-21 2tp pieces of gossIp we forces they will be forced to accept -I A PASSING THOUGHT
elisa Angelo's place, leaving there In 223 S. Walnut Street
were strengthened by the way I Starke
treatment bride Fla
taxi to complete cure. Today we saw a young
a for the Nile Owl with two
WANTED Experienced I lady soldiers people started contributing and So It might be well to establish a standing by the track waiting fora
and it is
tailor. Permanent position.! these supposed that by many agreeing and even offering branch of the army to take these train to pass. On that train
men saw their chance to I
J. M. Alvarez Starke. to serve as spotters.: Then the
of cases. Isolate them and treat was soldier husband of this
get hold some easy money. when the tower was built they them properly. At least it will girl, going off-where? Thus was VICTORY ROLLFAST
FOR RNT6room furnished could not understand why it was BICYCLE
remove many sources of Infection re-enacted a scene that-has taken
1i house. Hot and cold water. C. Cowboys And Girls not put into operation when
we ONLY
aid the public pays the bill any place thousands of times and will $33.75
R. Whitehead, Lawtey, Fla. tf had promised s o it
faithfully
Will PerformAt be for the duration. To us,, who .
would be. The way.The ,.
had ..
Army -
FOR SALK!:-8 small houaea. Must promised illiterates being refused reacts do not Jeave, or have no dear -

be moved off property before Silver Springs we would have phone ser- on public opinion the same. ones to leave, 'tis but a passing SEE YOUR LOCAL RATIONING
vice but to BOARD
this date there
Is
Itc1 Sept. 1. See H. E. Plotts, road no If we are to have a war every 20 though. To those affected by
48 two miles this aide Camp Silver Springs, Fla.. (Special)- phone In the tower. They not' years why nott.remaln Illiterate, the war it may be tragedy, the TO SEE IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED
Twenty cowboys and cowgirls only have betrayed us insofar as thereby all end of .
4 Blundlng. Itp removing possibility everything. Just as a
from the famed Klsslmmee the of .
the
River necessity civilian
spotting
of becoming men In uniform. for
I thought today, we can be
tr.: roR SALK-Reasonable. 7-room valley of Florida, all riding under of planes but have misrepresented -] Then the intelligentsia, Includ- kind to those whose loved ones EASTERN
AUTO
kt bungalow with I 2-car garage the banner of the Silver Spurs tjielr authority and have ing our politicians, would comprise are gone. This is war. A kind SUPPLY

;/ electricity 10 acres good farm Riding Club will Invade Silver admitted as much to us by letter. the army, and we all know word will make it easier .v. S.,St. John Owner

land.--O. B. Baxley, Middle- Springs next Sunday afternoon, Now the tower, In which we tookso how quickly this- would end wars.

,.t burg. Inquire at Orange Bus Aug. 2, t 0 stage a 00-mlnute much pride In building. stands With Illiterates being returnedto DONATE YOUR SCRAPA

Depot. 7-10 4tp, horse show starting at 3 o'clock, alone like the yet standing'wallin society, It automatically placesa committee is working In behalf (..._____ 1 __________

It was announced yesterday. i a shattered town In some war premium on Ignorance, and of the defense fund to secure .

LOTS FOR SALK -*With price, The Silver Spurs Club Is made zone, a monument to the inefficiency shows the disadvantages of education. all scrap rubber, iron and other

zu and terms to suit. D. E. up of some of the oldest and most; of civil defense This column Is merely passing scrap usable by the government. SILVER SPRINGSInvites

Knight Starke. 7-10 4tp distinguished names i n Florida WITH OUR SERVICE MENIt on to Its readers the Impression This scrap is being collected and

$ "cattle-country" history, and each sold to supplement funds donated. You To See The
IF YOU WOULD 11UY OR SELL Is a bit of a job to keep given the public and heard I
member boasts a set of sterling up by us. of a condition In the event you do not care to
milk cows. stock cows, beef with the boys In the service. existing that Silver Spurs Riding ClubOf
n : silver spurs. Is tantamount to donate cash, your will be
cattle atock bulls They discrimination, scrap
or hog, get move so rapidly, but from KissimmeeIn
In touch with J. D. Odom Jr., The free 90-minute performance the latest information available proves the reward of Ignoranceand accepted In lieu of a donation.

,: : Box 247 Starke; Box 204 Lake; will feature racing. riding and I Fonso Prevatt la still in Britain, belittles erudition. Please bring It to the Lawtey Observation A

City; Telephone 481 Lake City. stunting by the 20 men and L readying for the opening of the Tower and Just dump It
Auction market every Thurs-I women riders, with their well- second front; 'Bucky' Sydney With bated breath we have under the tower. It will be disposed Free Hour's Horse Show

day on all classes of live atock known quadrille riding to square I Shuford Is in Puerto Rico Keet- awaited the great event. Coming of to the profit of the defense -
?T dance music ; events, casting their shadows before fund. SUNDAY, AUG. 2, AT 3 P. M.
at Lake City at 2:30: P. M. climaxing the show., fee Harrell is still In Norfolk be-
0843SILBERT I Also to be stressed will be Red i them, have kept us in sus-
f ing schooled In Featuring
_ Simpson and his aviation mechanics pense for weeks. Now It has hap Mrs Effle Miner spent Wed- $
HOTEL educated horse I ; 'Romeo Cheatham Peel Is, pened and It is 1 nesday in Jacksonville 20
AND COFFEE: "Cherry"; Bob Cobb of Silver either In a girl for Hallle shopping. COWBOYS COWGIRLSIn
SHOPPE,,,Palatka. Fla. Special]I Springs, trick Norfolk or In Pennsylvania and Flo Jones. And who should I The roads handled more traffic
roper who gained I attending Riding: Racing ,- Stunts
signal corp Instruction show Tuesday and
and Tuesday Wednesday than
weekly monthly fame and fortune by driving "Fer- up afternoon but will
" rates. European and summeit, dinand" the bull to the World's still ; 'Fatso' Bill Harrell Is I Grandma Pearl Blount from Fort be seen In many a moon. Every- RED SIMPSON AND "CHERRY"

plan. Members of the Armed Fair in New York in 1939. Uncle pensioned and housed by his Myers. Mrs. Blount Is the mother: one seemed to have had a full Ills Educated Horse

Forces and their Families will I at Denning In Georgia; of Hallle and is spending hertime tank and took one last splurge. '
In compliment to the Kissimmee John 'Killer' Boles is Bob Cobb Trick Roping
at Blanding, If It takes
receive attractive family rates here with her sister Mrs. rationing of gas to
For Information please write visitors, the Ocala Riding Club helping let the inductees know Louts H. Hill. More\ about this; win the war we heartily endorse

Gilbert Hotel, Palatka Fla.,, consisting of nearly 60 men, they are In the Army; Monroe 1909 debutante next week. It, but let's hope It will not turn
Richard women, and children, will gather Padgett is In the Marines and Is I out to be the
F. Ruhe, Manager\ Itp Mrs. Joe Shuford of Joke the first rationing -
at Silver Jacksonville
Springs tI'an-In
for the day. The a Inland; George Arwood
- ---- was.
Ocala club includes was In 'Dear Is here for several days visit
ATTRACTIVE LAWN FURN Carl Rose, ole Lunnon' last we
TURK-Flat cypress, galvanized former chairman of the State, heard, 'A bit wobbly but doing with her parents Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. John C. Kuydendall, wife
M. B. Sgt.
nalla. Chairs $1.75. settees I Racing Commission. well with unlced ale' ,to quote Plummer. Kuydendall, returned recently COAL

'3,00, delivered In Starke. Pay As usual, the 90-mlnute him; 'Red' James Anders, a Wilson and Orlando. Miltlere of: from Bl'ownwood, Texas, to
performance Norfolk spend several
Va., left weeks
on arrival If satisfied. Mall I Is offered free to the Marine, and a good one, was at Tuesday for with her par-
several ents, Mr. and
orders solicited.-D. D. Morris,, public largely in compliment to Pan-Is leland; Daniel, 'Boondy- days' stay in St. Peters Mrs. Nathan Boles.
Boatwtck, Fla. the Rat-Gimp' burg They will entrain for Norfolk Mrs Kuydendall was Miss Ruby CAS1
7-31 ftp soldiers and sailors from I Harley is at Keeslel'Field. next Tuesday.We Boles $1:2.50ON: :

nearby camps and stations. Gulfport, Miss.; Alfred ,
LOST-Bicycle,. faded red paint: WhltphAnr. nn InriutfAA. rf. Ittlw are advised of the leavln If the voterei! don't remember

Reward for return to &. *". 10. Is at Blanding----,--but--- -Opal--.J is of Al Roth and'h Is family. Mr. the Congressional actions of the TWO OR MORE TONSi0
Legion Roth
Smith. Starke. N 0 qeattona Obeys expecting the worst any hour. is accepting government past few' months they don't deserve -

asked. ftp 'No Fair' RequestAt employment in the Tallahassee honest politicians. (Or does

LOST '''Ladies Mrs. Marion Reddish spent: the section while his family will go anyone want them?) X cards. ---

low- wrist watch, yel- the regular meeting of the weekend In Jacksonville with her to Miami temporarily. Mr. Roth Congressional pension unlimited

Reward gold.S3 with if Initial M. L. N. Jones-Langford-Whlte Post of the daughter Mrs. Vernon, Rowe. Re- has operated the HI Hat tavern gas cards to haul voters to the THE STRICKLAND WOOD & COAL CO. 'or
returned to Brad- American turning with Mrs. Reddish In Starke for some time. polls and the
ford County Legion Tuesday night it to shameful delaying GAINESVILLE IS OFFERING 1STQUALITJ
Telegraph. It was decided to recommend to the Jacksonville was her grandson, Mr. and Mrs., Wilson Miltiere of payments to the widows and KENTUCKY COAL AT $12.50 PER TON: I.

FOR SALE!: 1041 flymoutn Bradford County Fair Association Master Jimmie Rowe. i of Norfolk, Va., are here visiting orphans of war until after the LOTS OF 2 OR MORE TONS DELIVERED IN

truck In good condition, with (a subsidiary of the Legion) Miss Ruth Dobbs of Jackson relatives and renewing old acquaintances. election in November. If all that STARKE.

good tires. See W. M. Ward at that the fair1 be called off for the ville, spent Sunday here with her Wilson Is employed Is not a violation of the principles

Ward's Radio Service. It duration of the war. This follows sister, Mrs. F *" Carradlne. With In the Navy ahipr yard and .knows of democracy then we are crazy.

precedents set by other county Miss Dobbs v a healthy looking something about* our great ship Ben Pendarvla, one of the old WAIT

FOR RINT-2! furnished houses fair associations, and is In harmony sailor attached to the Jacksonville building program, but he won't boys around these parts, has just DON'T

and 9 furnished rooms. See D. with the suggestion of Governor Naval Air Base. tell. This boy lived In Lawtey returned to Richmond where he

O. Kelley on Temple Avenue Holland and Nathan Mayo, The Rev. Herbert Hazzard several years ago and was extremely Is employed in the building of

near city limits. ftp Commissioner of Agriculture, in tor of the Methodist Church pas-led popular. He and his railroads. This Is Ben's long suit. NOWThe

their efforts In the Interests his charming wife are welcomed by a He Is working with ORDER
FOR RENT!: -Nice, latge bedroom of Sunday school flock to Kings- host of the firm of
the new and old
friends.
war, Doyle, Russell
ley Lake and Wise
twin beds. Inner spring mat- Monday for a delight Lawtey lost and likes
tresses. Reasonable rates. Mrs. A letter from the Governor's ful picnic. From all reports, ness a well-liked Richmond but Is glad to return FiA

E. H. Davis 333 North Frank- Secretary to H. A. Carlton AdJu- everyone had a swell time and Jackson operator when Mrs. bUSI-1 to his old home and renew old Following News Story ReprintedIi

lin Street, Gainesville. Phone tant in response to an Inquiry, except for bruised feet, sun- Saturday.suspended Mrs. business acquaintances.. Was, Taken From The on W

1732-M. It states: "Although no rigid policy burned noses and backs, no one the Orange and Jackson Blue operated I Gene Edwards has been very x July 22, 1942:
has been adopted with seemed to be the Restaurant unhappy for
regard to worse for several tulr
the h..tYO
FOR RKNT-One furnished soart. county fairs.. the Governor and outing. which l> the Culf-___ _sfofi__n_.-. _hA"A, lately we seeM to see that-----, -

ment and 3 bedroom the We-trre advised the business was bright, COLD WINTER SEEN
*-Mr* E. Commissioner of Agriculture, Mr. and Mrs. Victor closed I satisfied smile resplendent with
Appleby because, of Mrs.
J.
Dowllng. N. ChristIan' St.. are discouraging of Jackson's pearly teeth.
all plans for Jacksonville were here Sunday falling health. It is Such a shining FOR PERSONS HEATING
north
of American 1 such efforts. trusted she smile
Legion The can be
Governor has visiting the attributed
parents of Mrs. to
Apple will soon effect only BURNERSNEW
Home, Phone 113. It been urged by Mr. Joseph B. by. Mr. and Mr J. E. Warren. covery. a complete re one thing. What is It, Gene? WITH OIL

Eastman, director of the office Billy Plummer left t* I be
ONE-ROOM CABIN for r e n t. of defense Sunday for This column seems to be filled YORK July XI (AP)-It will probably
transportation Peru.
: and Mr. Ind.
,
Equipment for where he Intends with tile
cooking. SOS W. en news of the of
illness
of sections
Claude R. Wlckard, of tering Uncle many a cold Winter for those In many
Madison St., Starke. secretary Sam's Navy. Stationed In our little but l 10
Itp city, la order
Agriculture, that it Is entirely inadvisable at the Peru Naval Yard Is that each stricken happy in country who depend on oil burners' In
d'
FOR RUNT!: -FurnUhed upstairs to conduct fairs or exhibits Billy's brother, Ray Plummer, at this person is recovering keep warm, the war service committee of
time.
apartment with private bath. for the duration. They who has been in the Navy for Annls has just returned A. A. American Society of Heating and VentUnWEngineer

Extra bedroom.-Mr.. F. A. further ask the Governor to urge five yea 1'1'. Billy leaves here Jacksonville where he from warned today.

Scott, 603 Temple Ave. Phone organizations) In this State to refrain weighing a scant 138 Ibs., and fined to the hospital with was con- REPAIRING The committee, composed of engineers who 5 n
from a seri-
54. planning these has bet *
Itp events a dollar that he recon"11
will ous illness.
in view of the national 173 top We are advised that ipeciaUsUi In beating problems

LOST-Young fox hound (male).- and the desire to conserve war effort gasoline parta.when That next la the seen in these he while Is rapidly regaining strength that approximately 330,000 of the 1.-100,00< :.oil 10
easiest
dollar 'Uncle'
White tall with lemon ears. rubber and transportation. we ever won. Louis H. Hill gen- burners on the Eastern seaboard be COR\-ert
ial Oil
Return to Melvin McKinney or As a result the Governor believes Miss Jewell Reddish city clerk Is raising cain be I coal in order to meet the reduction In fuel

Chief Alvarez. Itp It would be out of harmony with this morning looking tired came but in cause for a he few cannot come down town While the Government has requested that tile*

FOR RENT-Completely furnished our part of the war program to happy. She I* just in from a Is recovering more with days.the Mr. Hill per cent of existing' oU burning furnoww on
have any fairs In vigor of a only twO
apartment. Modern conven-- Florida. Already Camp In South Carolina where much younger man. F..ternoo..nt be converted to coal

iences. Adults only. Also 3- scheduled numerous events usually her goodlooklng boy friend \Is stationed Mr. and Mrs. William H. per cent have thus far been changed, the tolD'
have been called Ed- WHILE
room farm house.-F. F. Flume off". Jewell was one of a party wards, Jr.. of Jacksonville YOU mittee added.

Highway 48. Blanding Road Itp Recent driving up Saturday and return- Sunday with the parents of spent Mr. WAITAll
BirthsMr. Ing
Sunday.
Oh
yes, his name is Edwards', Mr.
FOR SALE-House trailer, Platt I Inman Green. Edwards. and Mrs. W. H. -0-

make; 21 feet long. Located at and Mrs. William Woods, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Rob was Mrs., Edwards, Jr., Work Guaranteed.

Electric Light plant. Call and MIddleburg. July 16, boy; erts and young lIOn, George, Jr., daughter formerly of Mr.Miss and Alene Austin Only The Highest Quality MAIL ORDERS TO .
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J.
Church. Call before 5 P. M. Friday Milton Grlffls. were in DeLand S.
Sunday of Austin of Leather
last Lawtey.Mrs. UsedBROWNSTEEN'S C&
or after 9 A. M. Monday. Starke July 23. girl; week. Accompanying them to F. R. STRICKLAND WOOD & COAL |
Carradine
Mr.
and Mrs. W. ,
ftp I R. Johnson, the 'Grecian City were their spent .
son- Wednesday in
Starke Jacksonville
July 26. girl ahop-
; in-law and
FOR RENT-New apartment for Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Tyler, Patsy Silcox daughter of Starke., Vernon and ping.Mr. Gainesville, Floridaor

rent. Ready Monday. August Brooker, July 24. boy; Roberts and Mrs. and Mrs. Casey Dobbs of SHOE Bradford

3rd. Inquire 32 8 West Call Mr. and Mrs. Truby.. Thornton, In DeLand George, Jr., remained Jacksonville spent Sunday with REPAIR to Strickland Wood ft Coat Co.. Care of
street. Hellbron until this week while the parents of Mr. Across From Poatofflce
Florida'c.
ltp Springs, -.July 25, girl. I the other. returned the same day. and Mrs. Arlie Dobbs.Dobbs' Mr. Telegraph Starke


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